25 best food movies ever

Babette’s Feast (1988)

Babette’s feast focuses on the lives of two deeply religious sisters, who serve their villagers in honour of their dead Protestant minister father. Babette – a 19th century Parisian political refugee – comes along seeking shelter, committing herself to working for them in exchange for a place to live. After winning the French lottery, she cooks up a feast for the isolated village – despite the sisters’ secret concern that her sinfully decadent food will dilute their pale diet of boiled fish and bread.

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