Yong-hwa (Sang-woo), Marshall (Lee Eun-mi-I), Ddeok-bae (Do Mo-se) and Bang-wool (Park Joo-bin) steal from Chairman Kang and hide out in a pension in the country. They depend on each other and enjoy every day until Ddeok-bae accidentally loses their bag of money and Bang-wool falls ill. Chairman Kang is closing in on them and the four of them use their specific 'techniques' to start a 12 hour adult program. Will they succeed?
Cousins Thomas and David, owners of a mobile restaurant, team up with their friend Moby, a bumbling private detective, to save the beautiful Sylvia, a pickpocket.
"Homely Meals" is an entertainer starring Atlee Srindha Ashab, Manoj K. Jayan, Nedumudi Venu, Kailash, Sudheer Karamana, Joju, Neeraj Madhav and Sijoy Varghese in pivotal roles.
Food, glorious food! Some of the most sumptuous and involving films revolve around that most common of acts: eating. 18 MEALS is an omnibus film of criss-crossing stories divided into three segments; breakfast, lunch and dinner. Jorge Coira's debut feature, shot over nine days in Santiago de Compostela has enough tasty portions to please audiences. Amongst Coira's expansive ensemble are aging street musician Edu, a pair awaking from a one-night stand, a businessman visiting his closeted homosexual brother and a lonely housewife, Sol. Victor and Sol are two of 18 MEALS' most fascinating characters as they each hide something - his sexuality, her depression - from those around them. Best of all is Pedro Alsono as Vladimir, a local celebrity actor who makes a meal for a mystery woman who never arrives. Who hasn't gone to a lot of trouble to do something extra special for someone just to have it go unappreciated?
Eight years after a cataclysm and disease ravaged the human race -leaving just one in every ten surviving-, all social structures have crumbled like sand castles. Too still live for anything to have been reconstructed. All remaining animals have been consumed and no sowing has yet been possible. It is Man at his most basic, destitute level.
Do you remember the last time you've talked to your parents? What did you talk about? Have you gone step further from weather forecast and daily politics? Five years after last gathering, a birthday celebration brings together an ordinary four member family. They start questioning what made them turn away from each other... Can having a conversation about buried family secrets help them eat without cramps in the stomach in the future? Can a failed birthday cake help them overcome the past? Through the ritual of family meals, the film tells how important is for us to feel accepted by our loved ones.
Part of BFI collection "Your Children and You."
Culinary artist Nomi Shannon shows us how to use nuts and seeds to make hearty entrees and protein-rich meals. Nomi demonstrates how to make nori rolls, stuffed peppers, 'neat-balls' and gravy, Asian pate, chiles rellenos, pâté, loaves and the sun garden burger.