Known around town as the “Breakfast Queen,” Ina Pinkney fed Chicagoans for thirty-three years, first out of a small bakery, then from her beloved breakfast nook in the West Loop. When Ina, who survived polio as an infant, began suffering the effects of post-polio syndrome, she decided to close the doors of her celebrated establishment in 2013. The documentary Breakfast at Ina’s offers a glimpse into Ina’s extraordinary life while chronicling the last days of the restaurant.
USA, 2015, 51 minutes. Director: Mercedes Kane.
A Reuben By Any Other Name
A Reuben by Any Other Name is a humorous look at the differences between Orthodox and Reform Judaism, seen through the differences between the New York and Los Angeles versions of the Reuben sandwich.
USA, 2010, 5 minutes. Director: Jeremy Dylan Lanni.
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