A fable of emotional liberation. A mom and daughter move to a small French town where they open up a chocolate shop. The town at first is very against the idea especially that it’s open on Sundays and right across from the church, yet they eventually they earn their hearts and their taste buds.
Released on the 2000-12-15
Director of Photography:
1950s, Affection, Alcoholic, Aphrodisiac, Ashes, Birthday, Burn, Catholic Church, Chocolate, Chocolaterie, Coffee, Confession of Love, Cooking, Daughter, Falling in Love, Folk Festival, Forbidden Love, France, Guitar, Gypsy, Houseboat, Human Ashes, Husband, Incendiary, Indian Summer, Kangaroo, Kiss, Loss of Husband, Loss of the Love of Your Life, Love, Love Against All Odds, Love Mess, Love of One's Life, Lover, Lovers, Lovesickness, Marital Relationship, Maternal Role, Mayor, Mistress, Mother, Mother Daughter Relationship, Mother-Son Relationship, Motherly Love, One-Sided Love, Outsider, Party, Platonic Love, Praline, Racism, Romance, Secret Love, Single, Single Mother, Store Window, Suppressed Love, Tenderness, Violent Husband, Wind
There are no references.
This movie has been referenced in the following movies:
There are no alternative names defined for this language
show full history
Movie created by:
Anonymous F5FEpAprOse LmPOAZtu4uQ
Movie last edited by:
Short URL: omdb.org/m392