For Prompt 3- A movie set in a place you always wanted to visit. I chose Chocolat as it’s set in a tiny village in rural France. It looks quaint and beautifully old fashioned and I would love to spend a day there.
This beautiful film tells the story of a woman and her daughter as they set up in chocolate shop in a very conservative village. They lead a massive overhaul in the village and look after other women.
In fact the way the women all work is my favourite thing about it. Not one of the characters is perfect at all but they are all incredibly endearing.
What a fantastic film, I would recommend this wholeheartedly to anyone looking for something to watch on a quiet night in. (Expect this film to come up again)
still cross post
So for the second prompt of my movie challenge, it’s time for a book to movie adaptation and for this I chose the classic “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” based off the short story of the same name by Truman Capote. Now the book itself is short but really quite dull, like a bad Gatsby remake. The film is just a disjointed only brought to life by Audrey Hepburn.
When talking about this film it’s important to remember the horrible racist performance of Mickey Rooney as Mr Yunioshi and here is an article about it here.
Audrey Hepburn truly is the best in this film and part from the truly hilarious party scene most of it is actually quite dull. I probably won’t watch it again.
alos crossposted from other blog
crossposted from my film blog
Definitely worth a watch!
What a great way to start the challenge
not all my posts for movie challenge will look like this. This is just for the ones I am not going to review fully based no my SCREEN SPLURGE format.