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The Taste of Things Review | A Sumptuous Cinematic Feast Utterly Entrances

An acclaimed chef in 1880s France uses his incredible culinary talents to boldly win the heart of a beloved cook. The Taste of Things can best be described as a sumptuous cinematic feast for the soul. Vietnamese auteur Trần Anh Hùng, Best Director winner at last year's 76th Cannes Film Festival, masterfully crafts a gastronomic romance destined to be a modern classic. He tells a poetically entrancing love story through the clanking of brass pots and wondrous simmering stews in an idyllic château's kitchen.

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