Film review chocolat

At the general store, she introduces herself as Katie Feldman. Katie wakes up in the convenience store next to a sleeping Lexie when Kevin suddenly appears and confronts her, demanding that she go back with him. Serge later visits Reynaud at his home to confess to setting the fire, which Reynaud initially thought was divine intervention: Alex sees Film review chocolat burning store, quickly makes his way across the harbor by boat, and saves Lexie.

The unseen storyteller concludes the story: He confronts Katie with the information, causing a huge fight. The Comte will not admit that his wife has left him; he is romantically interested in Caroline, but he does Film review chocolat pursue her.

One of the first to fall under the spell of Vianne and her confections is Armande Judi Denchher elderly, eccentric landlady. They break up, and Katie moves out of her house. Her friendly and alluring nature begins to win the villagers over one by one, causing Reynaud to openly speak against her for tempting the people during a time of abstinence and self-denial.

Luc helps Armande home from the party; her death soon after devastates both him and his mother. She does not fit in well with the townspeople, but is nevertheless optimistic about her business. Among significant awards won for work on this picture were the Art Directors Guild award for Excellence in Production Design, the Bogey Award given by the German journal Blickpunkt: With the return of the North wind, Vianne decides that she cannot win against Reynaud or the strict traditions of the town.

Alex gives Katie a letter with the words "To Her" on the envelope; the letter thanks the recipient for making Alex happy. While most of the town objects to their presence, Vianne embraces them, developing a mutual attraction to the Traveller Roux Johnny Depp.

When he lets his guard down, she pushes him into the water; however, a firework spark lands on the gasoline, igniting a fire that engulfs the store. As she begins to work at the chocolate shop and Vianne teaches her her craft, Josephine becomes a self-confident, changed woman. After getting a job as a waitress, and renting a small house on the edge of town, Katie befriends her neighbor, Jo.

After her husband violently hits her and wounds her head, Josephine leaves him and moves in with Vianne and Anouk. A drunken Serge breaks into the chocolaterie later that night and attempts to attack both women, before Josephine, in a moment of empowerment, knocks him out with a skillet.

This means that Jo was Carly, in the form of an angel, who led Katie to her husband, Alex. At the same time, under the instruction of Reynaud, Serge, having seemingly changed into a better man, asks Josephine to come back to him.

At the beginning of the Lenten season in"fifteen years after the War," they travel to a quiet French village that closely adheres to tradition, as dominated by the village mayor, the Comte de Reynaud Alfred Molina.

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Vianne arranges for Luc and his grandmother to see each other in the chocolaterie, where they develop a close bond. After the party, Josephine and Anouk fall asleep on a boat, while Roux and Vianne make love. She decides to move elsewhere. After a moment, Vianne goes into her kitchen to see a group of townspeople, who have come to love her and the way she has changed their lives, making chocolate for the festival Vianne had planned for Easter Sunday.

Realizing that Serge is beyond help, and fearing that people would also blame him for the arson, Reynaud demands that Serge leave the village and never come back. Plot[ edit ] An unnamed female storyteller narrates the story of Vianne Rocher Juliette Binochean expert chocolatier who drifts across Europe with her daughter Anouk Victoire Thivisolfollowing the north wind.

Realizing that she has brought change to the town, she decides to stay. Armande is unhappy that her cold, devoutly pious daughter Caroline Carrie-Anne Moss will not let Armande see her grandson Luc because Caroline thinks Armande is a "bad influence".

Plot[ edit ] A terrified woman, Katie, flees her house in Bostonhaving been in the possession of a bloody knife. Katie returns his love, and decides to stay in Southport.

When he hesitates, Katie buys time by faking sympathy for him and agreeing to return home with him.Brilliant movie, brilliant cast, and brilliant story blends with a tempting taste from all the chocolates into a great movie named 'Chocolat' Juliette Binoche delivers a great performance as.

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Le chocolat [ ʃ o k o l a], terme d'origine mésoaméricaine [1], est un aliment plus ou moins sucré produit à partir de la fève de est fermentée, torréfiée, broyée jusqu'à former une pâte de cacao liquide dont est extraite la matière grasse appelée beurre de chocolat est constitué du mélange, dans des proportions variables, de pâte.

Chocolat is a richly, crafted movie for the chocolate lover in all (or some) of us. It's also the story of a woman (Vianne) who is new to a small town and marches to the beat of her own drums, and uses the chocolate she sells in her shop as a vehicle to open up and, eventually, thaw out the hearts and minds of the townspeople.

Film review chocolat
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