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Feast of Love (2007)

A meditation on love and its various incarnations, set within a community of friends in Oregon. and is described as an exploration of the magical, mysterious and sometimes painful incarnations of love.

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David Watson
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Kathryn
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Jenny
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Margaret Vekashi
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Esther Stevenson
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A rustic Oregon town is the backdrop for this tale of men and women touched by love's inescapable spell. From Bradley, the hopeless romantic who looks for love in all the wrong places; to Harry, a local professor with the wisdom and experience to guide those close to him; to young, beautiful Chloe, who defies fate in romancing the troubled Oscar. Written by Anonymous

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A story for anyone with an appetite for love.

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Drama | Romance

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Rated R for strong sexual content, nudity and language | See all certifications »

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28 September 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Cup of Love  »

Box Office

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$1,707,967 (USA) (28 September 2007)

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$3,504,875 (USA) (7 December 2007)
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Trivia

Radha Mitchell and Alex Davalos were both from the "Riddick" films. See more »

Goofs

During the softball game Kathryn swings at the ball, clearly missing it. The ball ends up a HIT to the outfield. See more »

Quotes

Bradley Smith: What's making you smile like that?
Margaret Vekashi: Looking out the window, an unusual man, an innocent man, an open-hearted man. Someone who has given tremendous love, but never had it returned, not in the way he deserves.
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Featured in Top 25 Celebrity Nude Scenes 2007 (2007) See more »

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Honestly
Written and Performed by Cary Brothers
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Is Love number one or number two?
30 September 2007 | by (Dallas, Texas) – See all my reviews

Greetings again from the darkness. Director Robert Benton has only made 11 movies in 35 years. What is consistent with each of his films is the way he peels back the layers of humanity. He really explores the different personalities in people. Think of the Hoffman/Streep split in "Kramer vs. Kramer" and you will see the similarities with the break-up here of Greg Kinnear and Selma Blair. The number of intimate moments and personal insecurities are too many to count ... just like real life.

Rarely do you see one partner slap the other in the midst of an affair when the one slapping is trying to lecture the soon-to-be-married other one that her morals need to be straightened out before she weds. In other words ... do as I say, not as I do. Another good story line involved two young broken people who try to accept that life and love can be good. Played well by Toby Hemingway and a stunning Alexa Davalos, the two lovers have overcome much in their lives and certainly appreciate the bond they have.

The best story line in the film is the magic of Morgan Freeman and Jane Alexander, playing the oldest interracial couple I can remember seeing on film. They are both hurting deeply from the loss of a son, yet the strength of their relationship allows them to deal with grief in separate ways, while still being there for each other. Two excellent performances.

The center of the film is the lovable, clueless, hopeless-romantic played by underrated actor Greg Kinnear. We see two relationships (Selma Blair and Radha Mitchell) end badly for him, yet he clings to his belief that LOVE is what it's all about.

I like how the only kids involved in this real world mess are old enough to make their own decisions. It would have been easy to toss in a kid or two to tug even harder at the tear ducts, but this remained an adult story for adults ... and there are far too few of these. Be forewarned , this is no light-hearted chick flick. It could be termed a romantic drama but more accurately a human drama.


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