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Miles La Rue, our trusty hero, shows up for his chef gig thinking it's just another big party cooking for the rich and famous.
Handsome and clever, Miles is a world renowned gourmet chef, who's as well known as his clientele. But this week's blow out will change the course of his life forever.
Miles arrives at a luxurious Beverly Hills house to cook for a dozen party goers, but only four women show up. This doesn't stop them from eating all the incredible delicacies Miles has to offer and then some.
He wants his food to be appreciated, but this is ridiculous. The party continues and these beautiful women, all best friends in the throes of mid-life crises, keep eating with voracious appetites that go well beyond a simple need for food.
Miles slowly grows to understand: they're eating like there's no tomorrow because there literally's no tomorrow. This is their final hurrah, their last blow out. Miles tries to get out of the hectic situation, but the women know the popular chef has a secret, and are not afraid to use it against him.
Hungry Hearts is one of those fun dark comedies that overpowers your sensibilities with biting wit and hilarious insight.
Bottom line: Like a fine, smooth glass of Cabernet Sauvignon ;)
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