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Babette's Feast

Babette's Feast

Directed by Gabriel Axel. Starring Gudmar Wivesson, Jean-Philippe Lafont, Stephane Audran. (1987, G, 102 min.)

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Mon., Nov. 4, 2002

Two cloistered women in a small rural village play host to a stranger with an unusual secret in this Oscar winner from Denmark. The preparation of this movie's meal of several courses is the "food in film" equivalent of Valhalla.

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Babette's Feast, Gabriel Axel, Gudmar Wivesson, Jean-Philippe Lafont, Stephane Audran

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