Eat Drink Man Woman Review

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Overall Rating (based on customer reviews): 4.5 out of 5 stars
4.5 out of 5 stars

Your heart aches for Master Chef Chu  who not only has lost his ability to taste, but is also the father of three girls.  He struggles to connect with them and pass on his heritage through his food. This film by Ang Lee opens the windows into family dynamics via the use of culinary symbolism.  Do not watch this film without eating before hand. This may be one of the best food films ever.

Here are some REAL customer reviews:


“A Glance into Chinese Culture”

Being an American of non-asian descent, I know little to nothing about the culture of the Far East. All I have ever seen of Japan and China has been through the eyes of Bruce Lee, Jet Li and Akira Kurosawa films. So when I have the opportunity to watch…Read more
“feast for the eyes as well as the heart”


I simply adored this movie. The characters are so very real. You see them warts and all… their idiosynchrocies, quirks, talents, loves, etc. are all exposed to the point you love every character.I saw this in the theater with English subtitles, then…Read more
“A Culinary and Emotional Feast to Enjoy…”


“the Sunday dinner.” (My mouth was watering after the first 5 minutes.) It’s a ritual in…Read more

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