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The Hundred-Foot Journey

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Alexandra Olesen

on 12 May 2015

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Transcript of The Hundred-Foot Journey

The Hundred-Foot Journey

- released August 8, 2014
- directed by Lasse Hallström
- produced by Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey
- based on a best selling novel


Lead actors
Hassan

Marguerite
Madame Mallory >
Papa Kadam
Favourite part

Least favourite part
If we could change something
Thank you very much for your attention.
We will now be open to answer your questions
Relation to the real world
Message and theme
Conclusion
Theme:

-multicultural understanding

- family

- identity
Message:

- becoming a family
- learning to accept people’s differences
- food bringing people together
The plot
- Yes, we would recommend this film
- a family movie
- appropriate for everyone
- safe and conventional
- very child friendly
Comparison to the short story "the Aliens"
Music/soundtrack
- entering new cultures
- difference in perspective
- culture shock

Meaning of the title "The Hundred Foot Journey"
Cinematography
- great and beautiful scenery
- lighting - warm , homely
- chronological

Film review by Alexandra and Freja
- the 100 feet gap between the french and indian culture
the french restaurant
the indian restaurant
- Madame Mallory and Papa Kadam fall in love
- unnecessary
- too unrealistic
- music composed by A.R. Rahman
- suitable and lively
- culture shock
- culture clash
- stereotypes

- Kadam family

- mob attack

- seeks Asylum in Europe

- car brakes fail near French village

- they open an Indian restaurant (Maison Mumbai)

- Mme. Mallory's french cuisine (Le Saule Pleureur) 100 feet across

- war between the two establishments

- Mme. Mallory recognizes Hassan's gift as a chef

- takes him under her wing

- Mallory's restaurant receives it's second Michelin Star

- Hassan becomes a famous chef

- returns back home and takes over Le Saule Pleureur
The Hundred- Foot Journey
- firebombing
- Hassan burns hands and legs
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