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Before Amy’s on the Bay opened for lunch on Aug. 4, a movie crew filmed one of the scenes for “Closing Time” featuring Angelo DiMarco and Ben Andrew, seated at table. The short film was written by Port Orchard resident D.E. “Don” Manning and directed by Brion Rockwell, of Bremerton. The film is a story of love, disappointment, possible redemption and perhaps new beginnings. Four years after a bad breakup, a couple has a chance encounter in a Seattle bar. - Dannie Oliveaux/Staff Photo
Before Amy’s on the Bay opened for lunch on Aug. 4, a movie crew filmed one of the scenes for “Closing Time” featuring Angelo DiMarco and Ben Andrew, seated at table. The short film was written by Port Orchard resident D.E. “Don” Manning and directed by Brion Rockwell, of Bremerton. The film is a story of love, disappointment, possible redemption and perhaps new beginnings. Four years after a bad breakup, a couple has a chance encounter in a Seattle bar.
— image credit: Dannie Oliveaux/Staff Photo

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