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Between trying to be a film about food and a film about love, this one got lost
I love well-done movies about food. While this was somewhat formula about the restaurant and its patrons, it was still enjoyable and I loved seeing the food preparation.
a lot of teasing appetisers but this formulaic degustation menu leaves expectant diners/watchers feeling empty in their bellies, even after a long series of (dis)courses.
Sadly, my eyes weren't given a chance to enjoy noteworthy food preparations nor presentations and my eager taste buds sank under the watchful eyes of belligerent "coast guards".
Pleasant cinematic/culinary fluff.
Welcome to the human race :)
Roger Gual employs a delightful theatrical style reminiscent of Robert Altman which really glorifies the action on screen and the nature of the film as a Shakespearean comedy of errors. Furthermore, he gives the actors room to breathe, grow and give comfortable and amusing performances in their roles. The final result is a delightful and delicious feel good comedy, funny and charming as well as clever in both structure and timing.