A Taste of Hunger Review: A Visual Feast Overcomes Strained Melodrama

A Danish couple risks their marriage, family, and struggling restaurant in search of a treasured Michelin Star. A Taste of Hunger is a sumptuously directed feast for the eyes. Director/co-writer Christoffer Boe gets top marks for artistry. The relationship drama at its center strays into soap opera territory with contrived duplicity. But strong lead performances thankfully wrangles the narrative back to believable.

A Danish couple (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Katrine Gries-Rosenthal) risks everything to get a Michelin Star for their restaurant.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed

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