Food of Love (2003)
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Critic Reviews for Food of Love
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This is mild-mannered, been-there material given a pedestrian spin by a director who needed a touch of the flamboyant, the outrageous.
The performances and tight direction from Ventura Pons keep the film from descending into cheap melodrama.
Plays like a glossy melodrama that occasionally verges on camp.
Audience Reviews for Food of Love
I really enjoyed this film. There were many flaws though. The acting seemed disjointed, especially the lead character. The mother was really way over the top, I wish she would have been just a little more tame. The ending was really way open. So, much so that I almost rated this lower
Once the excellent Rhys and Corunder are off-screen, the film's overall staginess and the inconsistent work of the supporting cast become glaringly apparent.
Kevin Bishop, a fairly new actor plays an outstanding lead part in this movie. Based on the novel The Tale of Love, its a story of an 18 year old man and his much older mentor as he studies to be a classical pianist.
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