Movie about indian chef in france
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A snobby French restaurateur. An Indian chef who cooks with spices from his dead mother. A cute French waif who rides a bicycle through idyllic rural France. Young love! Old recipes! With cardamoms on top!
Dame Helen Mirren is in talks to play an eccentric French chef in a film adaptation of best-selling novel The Hundred-Foot Journey, according to reports. Richard C Morais' book tells the story of the rivalry between an Indian restaurant that is feet away from a three-Michelin-starred restaurant in France. The French restaurant is run by famous eccentric chef Madame Mallory, who becomes a reluctant mentor to a young Indian boy whose family owns the rival restaurant. Mirren has been linked to the role of Madame Mallory, but Dreamworks said no casting has been officially set. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?
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For me, that was a learning experience. As culinary consultant, he was asked to create the sumptuous buffet of gastro-porn seen throughout the film. They happen to be exactly feet across the road from a Michelin-starred classic French restaurant run by a stiff Madame Mallory, played by Helen Mirren. On one side of the road, Madame Mallory takes pride in a formal world of starched linen, heavy cream, fine wine and perfectly shined cutlery. You are not to eat with your hands unless it is to hold a slice of baguette. Eating with your hands is expected. He was finally given a chance by Gray Kunz, who at the time was chef at Lespinasse at the St.