Oscar winning adaptation of Isak Dinesen’s story of a 19th-century French cook who spends her lottery winnings on a banquet for the ageing Danish sisters who sheltered her. Impeccably mounted and played, this is gastro-cinema at its most sensual and intoxicating.
Babette’s Feast Review
French refugee Babette (Audran) prepares a feast for the two ageing Danish sisters who sheltered her.
14 Dec 2012
Still good enough to eat.
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