not sure about all those
Looks like you need to organise a film night with a few friends.
You forgot The Cook, The Wife and The Thief!?
And you forgot the Lover. Gruesome film but it should certainly be added.
Worth mentioning is CHEF, where a chef loses his rag,his reputation and the respect of his son by raging at a critic who gives him a bad review, but is redeemed by starting a food truck and mastering the Cuban pork sandwich.
Also THE HARVEY GIRLS, a musical about Western waitresses, for Judy Garland and THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND THE SANTA FE, but also the concept of the Chilicothe Sandwich.
So many... where’s Bunuel? Svankmajer? Ang Lee? Not all so cute and cuddly as dear Babette, but haute cuisine isn’t the whole story... Tampopo definitely up for all time great food film hall of fame (ok, and Babette... love that sarcophage with a crisp Cliquot!)
O.K. Someone had to complain. The list is a hope that others will contribute and add.
Bunuel's "The Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie" is a marvel, but not a common crowd pleaser, sadly. Stephane Audran is sublime.
Ang Lee made "Eat, Drink, Man, Woman".
Come on, no more virtue signalling. And Babette's Feast is more than a cute cuddly film, I think. Stephane Audran, again
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