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Jim Armstrong sits at a booth in a diner. His hands are clasped and he eagerly looks across the table at his date.

Jim Armstrong sits at a booth in a diner. His hands are clasped and he eagerly looks across the table at his date.

Burger by Kirsten Comerford

(Toronto)
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Content Rating: General TOsketchfest Audience
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Synopsis:

When Kyle’s lunch date dumps him for better plans, he wants nothing more than to leave his bruised ego and the burger he ordered in the past. Unfortunately, the restaurant staff have another opinion about what would be best for him.

Burger is a clash of context sketch that playfully comments on the frustrations of not having a voice in decisions that directly affect your life.

Content Warning: Swearing

Creative Bio:
Tommy Marshall (director) is a writer, director, improvisor and actor based in Toronto. His work has been rejected by over 60 film festivals.

Kirsten Comerford (Writer/Producer) is an actor, writer, improvisor and dancer. She is from St. John’s, Newfoundland and is currently based in Toronto.