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Credits

  • Director-Screenwriter

    Anh Hung Tran

  • With

    Juliette Binoche, Benoît Magimel, Jan Hammenecker

  • France 2023. 145min

  • Courtesy of

    Picturehouse Entertainment

  • Language

    French

    With English subtitles

Introduction

Set in 1880s France, The Taste of Things (The Pot au Feu) is a love story between people, and between cooks and the alchemy of cuisine. Binoche plays a chef working for an epicure, with whom she has a tender complicity in the kitchen and beyond. Exquisitely reinventing a classic strain of French cinema, Anh Hung Tran (The Scent of Green Papaya, At the Height of Summer) serves up a rich, poetic celebration of the ecstasies of the palate, mind and heart.

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