Allegiant – A nice divergence from the book

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First of all, credit must be given to the script writers for coming up with a gripping plot that can be followed easily even for those who have never read the book before. Besides, they should be given credit for diverging from the original book, which was less than perfect and considered quite underperforming by their fans and followers. They did not stay so close to the original, yet they created a logical script that was interesting, attention seeking, thrilling and nerve wracking from the beginning till the end, and for that I say, go ahead, be a divergent, make a difference to the world:)

The movie’s pace is just right. There are actions throughout, guaranteed to keep viewers on their seats from start to end, and the thrill and excitement never stopped flowing. There were a number of surprises along the way, and the story unfolded somewhat unexpectedly. That is what is precisely needed in a good action movie, and Allegiant has it. Well done.

Similar to other series, in an effort to milk more money, the last installment of the book was split into 2 movies. While the previous attempts raised some questions, this one does not. It’s because it was not just an overstretched story to fit in 4 hours of screen time, the producers have put in efforts to add in some details to keep the plot full and engaging.


The same team that have brought succes to the previous movies has come back to wow us again, and their chemistry is still really good. The challenge this time is bigger, on a grander scale with more dangerous opponents, and that makes the ride even more thrilling. There were some conflicts, but in the end, the good still prevailed.


Tris was right, there was something beyond the wall, but they surely did not expect what they would be finding there. It was a totally different world, a much more advanced world with many secrets, and many dark stories waiting to be revealed.


Tris and Four went through fire together, and the scorching flame almost broke them apart, as Tris put her faith in the wrong guy. But luckily she turned back in time, recognised the bitter truth, and turned back in time, to save herself and her friends. The bond became stronger than ever, and the friends, the comrades banded together to defend their home against those who assumed their superiority and their roles upon those lives.


Overall, a very good movie, and another nail on the career of Shailene and Theo. Theo, with his rugged manly handsomeness, is on track to be the next action star. For Shailene, it’s even better. She can do action gigs, and she also can do those drama jobs that will shed many tears, like what we saw in The Fault in Our Stars. Who knows, she may be the next Natalie Portman.


Well done guys. And she you one more time next year.

The Blacklist season 3 is back

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Photo from the episode “Alistair Pitt” – NBC

Yes, finally it’s back. After a quite long hiatus, the crime series is coming back onscreen again. It  may be due to the fact that the lead actress, Megan Boone, has just given birth to her baby girl, and needs to take some time off work, or just simply due to the fact that the production cannot keep up with the schedule. Whatever, it’s does not really matter. What matters is it’s finally back, and the stakes seem to get higher, now that Liz has crossed path with the Cabal, and become their prime target.

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Photo from the episode “The Archivist” – NBC

The last few episodes since the downfall of the Director are devoted to building up the momentum for the grand royal battle that will come between Team Red and Team Cabal. Liz has been cleared, the Director is dead, blood has been spilled and the wheels have been put into motion. It’s just the matter of time before the Cabal strikes back to make up for the loss that Red inflicted on them. Red knew that too well, so he made use of all the time he had to prepare for the final showdown, so that he can keep his protecting Liz, even if the price is his own life. And now, with the mystical whereabout of Liz’s Mum, everything is getting more and more entwined, interesting and unpredictable.

Photo from the episode "The Vehm"

Photo from the episode “The Vehm” – NBC

Back to the upcoming episode, which will be aired in a few hours, it may be the first strike back from the Cabal after recovering from the shock of the Director’s demise. Mr. Solomon, who got released for some reasons, is determined to crash Liz’s wedding. Will it be another red wedding like the one we saw in Games of Throne some time ago, or will Red’s team be there in time to save the day? Let’s wait and see.

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Photo from the episode "Mr. Solomon"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Solomon” – NBC

Red’s team in motion to save the day

Photo from the episode "Mr. Solomon"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Solomon” – NBC

Will the vow exchange be interrupted?

Photo from the episode "Mr. Solomon"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Solomon” – NBC

Liz’s comrades are also at work

Photo from the episode "Mr. Solomon"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Solomon” – NBC

It looks to be an interesting episode. Let’s wait and see.

The Revenant – A long and intense journey

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First of all, congratulations, Leo. Finally, you can get hold of an Oscar, and you really deserve it. You are an incredible actor who’s been churning out many good movies, and your acceptance speech is simply awesome. Who knows, this may open the flood gate, and lead to more awards for you in the future. Let’s wait and see.

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The Revenant  is really a long, arduous, and intense movie. Definitely not a walk in the park, and if you want to catch it in cinema, go ahead, but be prepared mentally and physically, don’t go in with empty stomach, and better get some snacks and drinks to replenish yourself. Also, if English is not your first language, and you cannot read Chinese subtitle, then you may have some problems catching the conversations, especially those involving Fitzgerald, played by Tom Hardy, the guy who pushed Glass, played by Leo, into the life and death situation that he had to scramble to escape from. Anyway, don’t worry, as the actions form the main part of the movie, and even if you miss all the dialogue, you will still be able to get the main flow of events. Just sit back, pay attention, and you will enjoy it.:)

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The story is about the survival of Henry Glass, who had lost everything, and managed to pull through with just one purpose: to avenge the death of his beloved son, his only remaining family, who was tragically murdered in cold blood right before his very own eyes. It was even more painful as he could do nothing to save him, and could only lie there motionless and watch the event unfold in front of him. It was an utmost pain, and Leo really portrayed it truthfully and credibly.

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There were some flashbacks to the happy life that Glass used to have. It was normal, nothing fanciful, but it was full of love, and that explained why he was so protective towards his son. Tragedy has struck him once, and he surely did not want to see the same thing happen to him once again. Unfortunately, history repeated itself once again, and he was left with nothing but a burning desire to revenge. It was a really sad and tragic story.

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The movie was also a statement about the strength of human, and the ability to survive. Of course, not any human can do what Glass has done to keep himself alive and find the way back to camp. He not only had to survive the harsh winter, the multiple wounds inflicted on him by the angry bear not long ago, he had to hide from the chase and the hunt of the Indian tribes who had perceived him as the thief who stole the leader’s very own daughter.

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With the odds stacked so high against him, it was really heart breaking to see what he went through, how he got past each day, and what he did to survive the situation. His life skills were really superb, and he could make do with almost nothing, probably thanks to the experience accumulated from the many years he had been living in nature and working as a hunter.

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The movie was really very long, and the ending was predictable. However, the chain of events more than made up for that, and the length was probably due to the fact that, it was a waste to dente any scene. Leo was great in every frame, and the whole story was complete. Not many actors can single handedly carry the whole movie on his shoulders like that, let alone on as long and physically taxing as this one. So, kudos to Leo, he really made it, and if this kind of dedication and performance did not earn him an Oscar, I don’t know what will do it.

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Another benefit of catching this movie in cinema is that you can fully enjoy the sight and sound. Most of the scenes were shot in very wide angle, showcasing the stunning beauty of nature, and the stark contrast between the little human and the icy mountains stretching all the way to infinity. The sound was also beautifully captured and processed, to the extent that you can really distinguish the source and direction of the sound. A call from behind the main character will not blast on you from the front speaker, and the bird chirping on your left will definitely not hit you from the right. I was caught off guard in the beginning, but then as I paid more attention to the sound editing, I really found it interesting and professional. I cannot recall experiencing sound editing to this level of sophistication in any other movie before, even with those big blockbusters. Or maybe last time, the speakers in the cinemas were not developed well enough? Anyway, it was beautiful sound editing indeed.

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You may argue that this is not Leo’s strongest performance yet. He is such a diverse actor that there are so many roles to compare. It may really not be his best role, but it’s definitely one that he has devoted a lot of time and energy, invested a lot of strength and attention, and sacrificed a lot, both physically and emotionally. It was physical, it was emotionally drained, and it was a real challenge. So, let’s congratulate Leo on a job well done, and looking forward to his new adventures.

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The Danish Girl – A beautiful movie, with a Soul

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If you only have enough time to watch 12 movies this year (assuming one movie a month on average), then make sure this is one of them. It may not be a classic yet, but it’s definitely worth watching, and a deep, soulful, touching and beautiful movie. And Eddie Redmayne has done it again. From portraying the world renowned physicist Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything one year ago, to bringing to life the story of Lili Elbe, the first transgender person in the world, he has proven as one of the most talented actors of his time. And who knows, with some luck, another Oscar may be coming his way.

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It was astounding and amazing to witness the transformation of Einar, from a fully normal man to a very feminine woman. When you look at him in the first few minutes of the movie, you really cannot believe that he would turn into a woman. Eddie was very convincing as a man. Soulful, sensitive, a painter. A caring husband, perhaps too caring, but possible, given that his wife was such a beautiful woman, Gerda (Yes, he used to have a wife, and they lived a normal couple life).

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Some people might blame Gerda for setting off the motion that eventually changed Einar into Lili, by cross dressing him so that she could finish her picture, but I don’t think so. After all, Einar had been described as “too pretty” since young, which meant something had been inside him long before that, another character that just waited for a chance to come to life. If Gerda had not done so, Einar might not have transformed, but he would not be able to live the real life that he would be living. It’s a painful transformation, but it brought him true happiness, and even if that event had not happened, something else might still have kicked off the transformation anyway.

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Eddie was even more convincing as a woman. He not only dressed that part, which was easy. He looked the part, and acted the part too. From the way he walked, the hand gesture, the facial expression, the smile. Everything was so feminine, so girly, so gentle. In fact, he did not need the dresses to turn into Lili. He was Lili all the while, the dresses just made the whole thing complete. Eddie must have spent a lot of time and effort to research for this role in order to portray the transformation so convincingly.

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What touched me most from the movie was not the change in the way Einar looked, but the change in his emotion. The initial guilt eventually turned into acceptance, and after he accepted and convinced those closest to him to accept his change, he was really much happier. It was a pain for him to hide his own self, to the extent that he even told the doctor to take his man trace away, since he did not feel it belonging to him at all. The transformation was rocky, full of tears and grievance, but in the end, it brought hope, contentment and happiness to everyone involved, to a certain extent, and that was what really mattered, after all.

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It was not a happy ending, since the real life story that the movie based on did not end well either. But at least, in the end, Lili could really be a full woman, and that made her very happy, even just for a short time. After all, her dream had come true, and her journey, which seemed impossible, had completed. To me, that was a happy ending.

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Starring opposite Eddie in this movie is Alicie Vikander. A young actress from Sweden, she has been getting more and more attention recently, with various roles in Hollywood movies during the past 3 years. This role will surely bring her more attention, and a major boost to her career. It’s not an easy role to nail, but she has done pretty well, and I can feel her waves of emotion throughout the movie.

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A talented painter, and a strong woman who did not hesitate to express her emotions, desires and feelings, Gerda seemed like a perfect match for Einer. She brought out the true beauty in him, igniting the flame that consumed both their lives. She was no doubt a loving wife, but she was also willing to let go. She went through pains, despair and hopelessness. She even denied the truth, hoping that by hiding it, everything would be back to normal. That was normal, and very human. Alicia managed to show all that clearly on screen. She lived the part, and acted just like it was her own life. She cried, she laughed, she lived. She really managed to bring Gerda from the pages to the real world.

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A beautiful actress, natural acting skill, an emotional face with talking eyes, she has every prerequisite for a successful career in Hollywood. Like Felicity Jones, whose career really took off after playing Jane Hawking in The Theory of Everything, Alicia have the potential to become a major star, given that she continues working hard and chooses good roles and gives them her best. I am sure we will be seeing more and more of her in time to come.

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A small supporting role went to Amber Heard, and although she did not have much screen time, I must admit that she really brightened up the screen every time she appeared. Her beauty was really stunning. She was simply too beautiful. I am not sure if it’s intentional or not, but having her in the cast alone is enough to draw some more looks to the movie, and having her in the cast photo will surely make the release event more attractive to the press, especially given the fact that she would likely bring her husband, who was none other than Mr. Johnny Depp, along. And she did.

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TORONTO, ON – SEPTEMBER 12: Actress Amber Heard and actorJohnny Depp attend “The Danish Girl” premiere during the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival at the Princess of Wales Theatre on September 12, 2015 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

So, if you still want to catch in on the big screen, go ahead and rush to the cinema, maybe some of them are still running the movie. If you are ok to wait, the DVD release may be coming quite soon, due to the fact that this is not really a blockbuster per se. Till then, you can still enjoy the trailer and some photos of the film.

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Lili and Gerda in their Paris house.

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Amber Heard stars as Ulla in Tom Hooper’s THE DANISH GIRL, released by Focus Features. Credit: Focus Features

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Even with simple dressing and light makeup, Alicia was still very sweetly beautiful

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Amber Heard looks stunning, as always.

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With some more profound makeup, Alicia looks amazing.

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The Blacklist Season 3 – Mr Gregory Devry

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I can say that this is one of the best episode of The Blacklist that I have watched so far. The plot is rich and hard to guess, the performance credible, and the level of complication was simply through the roof. Kudos to the team for pulling off another amazing episode again.

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Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

I was kept on my toe from the beginning to the end. Wow, the concept of 2 Red is simply intriguing. How can the Red that we have grown fond of over the years be an imposter in the end? And if he really is, he must be damn good in his performance. And I must admit that the script writers really thought out of the box, and gave Red a perfect reason to clean his name and kill all suspicions of other crime lords again.

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Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

As for Liz, well, it’s predictable to write her pregnancy into the plot, now that she has been pregnant for almost 7 months. It’s predictable, and a little bit soap opera, but well, it seems there is no better way to do it. Anyway, it will make the plot more interesting and complicated, which may be a blessing in disguise for the producers. A young woman with a newborn, against an enormous crime machine, that alone is a lot to dig into. Let’s see how it turns out in the end.

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Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

The next episode, The Vehm, aired last Thursday, was not that brilliant. Not a bad one, but nothing outstanding. Probably just to set the stage for the major events that will be coming as Red prepares for an all out war against the Cabal to protect Liz and her baby. Anyway, it’s good to see Liz back to her dark hair colour. Blonde really did not suit her very well (even Red had to admit that by saying “I missed you” and looking so stunned when she showed him the hair colour).

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And, to whet your appetite, some photos from the upcoming episode. Seem like another action packed one to look forward to:)

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The Blacklist Season 3 – The Director

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Photo from the episode "The Director, Conclusion"

Photo from the episode “The Director, Conclusion” – NBC

Similar to the previous seasons, the highlight of the season is always the double episode blacklister, one who is powerful enough to command double screen time that the normal criminal. This time, it’s none other than the Director, the man who was responsible to push things into motion and lead to all the events in Season 3. Of course, he is not a pawn who can be taken lightly. After all, he is both the Cabal’s Director and the Director of CIA’s Clandestine Service, and CIA has eyes and ears everywhere.

Photo from the episode "The Director, Conclusion"

Photo from the episode “The Director, Conclusion” – NBC

Unfortunate for him, his opponent was not a nobody, and worse still he had a drive, a purpose and an ambition: To clear Liz’s name. In order to do that, he has pulled in all the resources that he could muster, think of an almost impossible plan, and somehow arranged things perfectly to make it become possible. He has used all the trump cards that he could get, and even involved a foreign government in an effort to make the Cabal give way. It’s really a long short, like what his advisor Marvin Gerard had told him some episodes before, but it worked, and in the end, it was a relief to watch Keen walk free.

Photo from the episode "The Director, Conclusion"

Photo from the episode “The Director, Conclusion” – NBC

I must say that both episodes are awesome. The first one set the stage for the grand finale, and was a close cat and mouse race on multiple fronts: Harold and Tom against Solomon, Liz and Ressler against the Director, and Red and Navabi against time. Then in the final battle, everything exploded, and a perfect set piece chess game unfolded. It was somewhat like Mission Impossible on the TV screen, except for the much older mastermind and the lack of nerve breaking stunts.

Photo from the episode "The Director, Conclusion"

Photo from the episode “The Director, Conclusion” – NBC

What I wonder now is, what’s next? With the Director gone, and Liz’s name cleared, what direction will the series go? The season is only half way through, and it will not be wise if they just simply introduce another character to replace the Director, to revenge against the damage caused by Red to the organization. The producer will need something more than that, more interesting, more creative and more novel to keep the series flying. And it seems like they have found one.

Photo from the episode "Mr. Gregory Devry"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

The next episode will introduce a new blacklister, one that seems to be opening a new can of worms. Who is he to have the intel of all the blacklisters in the previous seasons, and who is he to claim that HE WAS THE REAL REDDINGTON, and the one we have grown fond of is actually an impostor. That’s amazing, intriguing and interesting at the same time. I can’t wait to see where that leads to. It will be lots of fun to watch 2 Raymond Reddingtons fighting against each other.

Photo from the episode "Mr. Gregory Devry"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

What is Liz still doing here? I thought she is no longer an active agent due to her probation sentence.

Photo from the episode "Mr. Gregory Devry"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

Anyway, it’s good to see her back to the Post Office again. She belongs there, really.

Photo from the episode "Mr. Gregory Devry"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

And it seems that after things have cleared, agent Navabi is also back to the task force again. Good move, Harold.

Photo from the episode "Mr. Gregory Devry"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

What are they talking about? Red looks quite emotional, and from past experience, every time he looked so emotional, a crucial piece of secret was let loose. Can’t wait to see what it is this time.

Photo from the episode "Mr. Gregory Devry"

Photo from the episode “Mr. Gregory Devry” – NBC

Who is this guy who dares to threaten Red, and even try to cut his throat with a table knife in front of so many people? He looks quite familiar anyway. Are they learning the throat cutting stunt from Game of Thrones?

Burnt – A nice movie about food

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In general, people are normally more forgiving when it comes to movies about food, or movies that feature beautifully plated food. After all, even if the movie sucks, there is still the consolation prize for wasting the few hours of your life, which is the chance to marvel at and drool on plates of delicacy that you may never be able to see and touch. Add to the equation the handsomeness of Bradley Cooper, and you have a perfect formula for success, no matter how good (or bad) the movie is:)

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Anyway, that does not mean Burnt sucks so much that it needs to rely on the look of the food and the actor to survive. In fact, the movie is quite a nice, relaxing vibe that can pass the time quickly and sweetly. The beginning may be a bit abrupt and confusing, since not much was mentioned about the context of the star chef played by Bradley, but not much time is required to catch up on the theme since it’s quite straightforward and easy to figure out.

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Basically, the whole movie is the road to redemption of Adam Jones, a former star chef who fell from grace and got embroiled in lots of problems with drugs, girls and alcohol. The ending was a happy, rounded one, and even though the story may be a bit simple and predictable, the acting was spot on, and the shots were beautiful. The food really shone, and the few minutes they appear on-screen were sufficient for us to silently swallow our saliva in a failed attempt to hide our deep lust to dig in and finish everything on the plate at one go:)

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I don’t know how Bradley prepared for this role, and what training he received in a real kitchen, but he was quite natural in the kitchen setting. He looked really like a chef, especially when he focused on plating the dish and making sure that everything was perfect before sending the food out. As for his temple flare, it may be a bit exaggerated, but I could relate to his stress level, his nervousness and his burning desire to prove himself again, to earn back his stars and to get back on the road that he once fell off. And he looked very much like Gordon Ramsay during the cooking shows on TV, so there might be some truth in all those nasty behaviours after all.

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All the dishes featured in the movie looked simply stunning, and it was hard to resist planning for the next fine dining session, just to be able to experience something similar for real. That standard of dining surely does not come cheap, but for a once a year experience, I believe it’s OK to splurge a bit to really get a truly deserving and unforgettable experience, rather than trying to skim back and then wasting money on something that was not much better than similar home cooked dishes.

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Starring opposite Bradley is Sienna Miller, who played his sous chef cum right hand woman. I have not been very impressed by her acting so far, but this time she was OK, above average by a safe margin. She was fierce, of course, how can you survive in that adrenalin charged environment if you are soft. But at the same time, she was also incredibly sweet, caring and understanding. She complemented the main man really well, and they formed a great chemistry, in and out of the kitchen. She looked stunning beside Bradley when they went to another restaurant’s opening, and although she did not have much screen time, she made good use of it and built the character wholesomely. Good job, Sienna.

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This is Adam’s ex-lover and the daughter of his culinary teacher. They seemed to have a dark intertwining past but it was never clearly mentioned or explained in details. She did not appear long though, but she was really beautiful.

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This must be the best and most popular quote in this movie. It really defines fine dining very well. After all, fine dining is an art, not a necessity, and you need to go to a fine dining restaurant with the same mindset and mental preparation that you do before going to a famous museum or exhibition. That way, you will be able to get over the hunger pang, which may kill off your appreciation of the effort put into the food, and saviour and enjoy it with all your heart, mind and senses, and that is what makes the whole experience worthwhile.

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