What’s your favourite food moment in the movies? Maybe it’s the surrealist chicken carving in David Lynch’s 1977 debut, Eraserhead. Or perhaps you’ve always had a soft spot for the food fight in Vera Chytilová’s 1966 comedy Daisies.
For his latest video essay, we set Luís Azevedo the task of serving up a supercut of some of the more weirder and wonderful food-related scenes in movie history. The result is an oddly compelling, occasionally hilarious alternative look at cinema through a culinary lens, taking in a wide range of delectable tidbits from the likes of Tim Burton, William Friedkin and Steven Spielberg.
Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts @LWLies
Published 13 Aug 2018
By Luís Azevedo
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