Tray: A Cut of Culture

Tray: A Cut of Culture

In Northeastern Pennsylvania a pizza is called a "tray" and you get it by the "cut". The humble origins of this style of pizza started out in Old Forge, Pennsylvania during the 1920's as an impromptu way to feed some hungry coal miners at a bar. Close to 100 years later has not only this spread throughout the region but has become something deeply ingrained within the community. Tray will follow the history of this style of pizza and its growth within the region while taking a look at the deep rooted traditions across generations it still has and the significance it holds within the community.

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Jeremy Saltry
Jeremy Saltry
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Comments about documentary «Tray: A Cut of Culture» (23)

Sharon Robertson avatar
Sharon Robertson

If you love movies with a touch of suspense, this film is the one to see.

Diana avatar

I dunno why folks panned this movie. It was actually very entertaining to watch. Jeremy Saltry delivers a good movie.

Carl avatar

I would highly recommend that anyone who is deciding whether or not to go and see it does; you will most likely love it.

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Jacqueline Ramos

Definitely would have picked this to win.

Denise Morgan avatar
Denise Morgan

I haven't enjoyed a movie this much in a long time! Definitely recommend

Christopher avatar

Very well done. Good casting, photography and plot

Nancy R. avatar
Nancy R.

First, let me start by saying that I am a huge Jeremy Saltry fan. This movie was worth every penny I spent on it

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Mildred J.

I need this movie win an Oscar because they deserve it a lot, and because I want everyone watch the perfect and awesome these movies are.