The Hundred-Foot Journey
A story centered around an Indian family who moves to France and opens a restaurant across the street from a Michelin-starred French restaurant.
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"After a tragedy strikes, causing them to move many times, an Indian family ends up in France and opens up an restaurant across the road from a renowned French one. The purveyor is none to happy about it and through racism, classism and culture wars-the new owners learn that their differences can be bridged through taking the first step through food. Helen Mirren is a gem, as always."
"Like the culinary delights being prepared in the film’s kitchens, The Hundred-Foot Journey is a joyous and exquisite treat. Critic, Kenneth Turan said he’d wished the film had more of the messy juices of life flowing through it, but I disagree in this case. Outside of films, we’re up to our collective necks in life’s messy juices these days, so why not enjoy a film that focuses on joy, love, success & kindness. The lack of profanity, violence and adult themes made a great film even better. Bravo!"
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