You can see the formulaic scheme in an instant, and you have to wonder why it didn’t debut at a more prestigious venue than the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, where it popped last July. Nonetheless something tells me it might not be half bad. Excerpt of review from guy who saw it at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival earlier this year: “Dough is a dramedy about shared values…story’s about a small baker (Jonathan Pryce) fighting a losing battle for survival against a corporate giant and how a young assistant (Jerome Holder) comes up with a solution. You’ll find yourself cheering them on….loved it!”