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‘The Pickle Recipe’ Makes Sour Splash on Big Screen

This movie might leave a sour taste — or maybe it’s dill.

, a caper involving a Jewish family’s secret pickle formula, premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this month.

“Every family has its secret,” proclaim the creators on its web site, sounding more like a mafia film than a feel-good Jewish tale.

“Better-than-average cast and an irresistibly warm spirit… But critics will rightly complain about the predictable storytelling,” kvetched the Hollywood Reporter.

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