The Foreign Film Group – ‘Eat Drink Man Woman’, (China, 1994)

EAT DRINK MAN WOMAN, (aka YIN SHI NAN NU), Sihung Lung (in turtleneck), 1994, (c) Samuel Goldwyn

ABOUT THE MOVIE:
In Eat Drink Man Woman (1994), director and co-writer Ang Lee expertly tells the story of changing family dynamics in Taipei, Taiwan during a time of rapid modernization, employing a universal medium — food. Through Chef Chu who has lost his sense of taste and his three adult daughters, this film addresses many themes, chief among them gender roles, family, and globalization, which each progress forward in divergent, but equally valid and flexible ways.

Have you been to a film night at the Ashburton Community Centre?
A different foreign film is shown on the first Wednesday of every month with everyone welcome to attend. Doors open at 7pm, the film begins at 7.30pm. The film is shown in the Copland Room followed by a discussion with light refreshments. Cost is only $10 each film night.

6 Sep 2017
7pm

$10