Recently released from prison, French chef Jacques pursues an obsession -- to leave his past behind and work for the great British chef Victor Ellwood. He knows Victor had an affair with ...
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Martine McCutcheon plays a young working class girl, Tracy, who - against the wishes of her parents and racist ex-boyfriend - becomes one of three wives of West London Persian restaurateur, Sam (Art Malik).
11 year old BEN is sent to stay with his grandparents during the school holidays. It looks like it's going to be a long summer but he soon befriends next door neighbour, the super-bright, PRITI (11) and embarks on a cracking adventure.
In eleventh century Scotland, three witches foretell that Macbeth will become King, while Banquo will beget Kings. Macbeth accordingly has King Duncan slain, and is duly crowned in his place. But that's where his problems really begin.
Recently released from prison, French chef Jacques pursues an obsession -- to leave his past behind and work for the great British chef Victor Ellwood. He knows Victor had an affair with his mother and may even be his dad. Working for iron-fisted Victor is back-breaking, but his existence is softened by the presence of a curious girl living in the downstairs flat. As he falls in love with her, he realises she not only has an aversion to restaurants, but food of all kinds. Is her eating disorder a force too resilient for anything, even love to cure?Written by
Bulimia is at best a tasteless subject. Certainly the disease is significant and should be properly recognized among qualified medical authorities. But an afternoon's entertainment, it ain't. I would, however, love to see more Finty Williams who deftly and with subtle understatement, plays the character the leading man should have chosen.
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