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What about  Jeanne Dielman, La Grand Bouffe, Exterminating Angel or--oh
please contain my naughty wit--Salo?   LT
 
 
In <[log in to unmask]> "Ana M. Lopez"
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>A colleague and I are working on a (somewhat) bizarre project and are
trying
>to identify classic Hollywood or European films which feature food
items,
>memorable meals, and/or the consumption or preparation of specific
food
>items or dishes. We are looking for titles/specific scenes in which
food
>items, preparation or consumption are not simply something that
happens in
>the background of dramatic scenes but are actually given some weight
in the
>narrative and/or mise en scene.  Thus, for example, pancakes in the
first
>*Imitation of Life,* the picnic lunch in *Stella Dallas,* bananas and
>strawberries in *The Gang's All Here,* roast pork in *Picnic,* and
breakfast
>in *Citizan Kane.*  Obviously there are hundreds of other
possibilites, but
>we've run into a blank wall.  Can anyone out there be of help?  If you
email
>to me privately, I'll post the results later.
>Ana M Lopez
>Department of Communication
>219 Newcomb Hall
>Tulane University
>New Orleans, LA 70118
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>phone:(504)862-3036
>fax: (504) 524-5109
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