The Hundred Foot Journey is a feel-good story. The film stars Helen Mirren, Om Puri, Manish Dayal and Charlotte Le Bon. The film is based on the novel The Hundred-Foot Journey, written by Richard C. Morais.
Here's the blurb: An Indian family opens a restaurant in a French village and upsetting the Michelin restaurant owner across the street.
I loved this movie. Yes, it is predictable to an extent. So what? Why not enjoy something for what it is? Enjoy the verbal sparring between the father and the restaurant owner. Enjoy a blossoming relationship. Enjoy a young man coming into his own. Enjoy the gorgeous scenery. And then leave...
Happy. What's wrong with that? Not a blessed thing.
FMI: The Hundred Foot Journey
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