A Chef in Love
The story of Pascal Ichak, a larger-than-life French traveller, bon vivant, and chef, who falls in love with Georgia and a Georgian princess in the early 1920s. All is well until the arrival of the Red Army of the Caucasus, as the Soviet revolution that has swept Russian comes to Georgia. Told as a flashback from the present, as a French-Georgian man whose mother was Pascal's lover translates his memoirs for Pascal's niece.
- Stars:Pierre Richard, Micheline Presle, Nino Kirtadze, Jean-Yves Gautier, Temuri Qamkhadze, Ramaz Chkhikvadze, Kakhi Kavsadze, Guram Pirtskhalava, Khatuna Ioseliani, Marina Kakhiani, Nino Koberidze, Shota Qristesashvili, Goga Gvessiliani, Aleksandr Ilin, Gogola Kalandadze,
- Country:France, Georgia, Ukraine, Belgium, Russia
- Director:Nana Dzhordzhadze,
- Writer:Irakli Kvirikadze (scenario), André Graill (adaptation)
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A Chef in Love torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: not bad but the book was better
(gb) wrote: Quite an interesting documentary; you may laugh at these folks, you may pity them, you may admire them, you may envy them, but one way or another, you're going to be engaged.
(au) wrote: Don't waste your time with Cheaper by the Dozen's poorly done sequel.
(gb) wrote: Worth watching if only for the British butler who begs Churchill to save the world then sighs "I wish I was American". To be fair it is just one joke for about an hour and a half.
(fr) wrote: Eh, this was an okay movie... different. It had a good ending, but that's about it. The middle was just kinda blah to me.
(es) wrote: I agree with the critics that up Rotten Tomatoes! This film was completely and utterly horrible, dragged out, boring, and had some of the worst acting that I've ever seen. Leprechaun 1 was very good. The fifth entry was stereotypical and weird, but was awesome and hilarious. The plot was dumb and dragged out. Everything was just so boring from start to finish. The last half of the film which is a long ass chase is okay and better than the rest of the film. There was no need for a love angle, as it was just dumb and made the film seem even more tepid.
(kr) wrote: Brilliantly performed and cleverly written, Shirley Valentine will have you curled up on the floor laughing one minute, while the next verges on the sublime. While some may dismiss this as "a film for middle-aged women", there's something in this touching comedy for everyone to enjoy, and one may learn a little something from it too.
(ca) wrote: Surpasses anything by Antonioni-- a dreamlike, and sometimes nightmarish epic. Visually striking and fascinating in its symbolism.
(au) wrote: False advertising. There were neither chariots nor fire.
(fr) wrote: well this is one of john waters first movies he ever made and it shows made in black and white and what had to be on a very low budget this is also got to be one of waters most weirdest movie i gave it this many stars for cult status alone and of course *the lobster scene*. Starring the usual band of misfts in john waters troop includeing Divine and Mink Stole
(gb) wrote: Bawdy, and full of lame double entendres and innuendo throughout.
(jp) wrote: Willis, Thorton, and Blanchett all did great performances. Although, the love story seemed to be a distraction. BUT, the scrip was great and the characters were rememberable. Overall, the whole movie was interesting.