Title: Godiva's Feast
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||February 17, 2015|
|Length:||4 / 1080|
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Through their use of techniques such as framing, elements such as appealing to the sense of taste, and the ever-important use of analogy, these two movies find a way to allow their audiences the chance to indulge in a new culinary recipe.
Many films try to tease the taste palette, and although these movies have done so for many years, the way in which they do so differs greatly from one film to another...
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Some movies use food to create simple, yet unforgettable scenes in comic fashion, like Belushi’s cafeteria scene in Animal House. Others, Like Ang Lee’s Eat Drink Man Woman, focus on the effects food can have on people directly, through emotion, or indirectly, through being the genesis of gatherings...
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