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Author Topic: Who Is Killing The Great Chefs Of Europe (Ted Kotcheff, 1978)  (Read 2711 times)

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Max Van Der Veer is a highly respected restaurant critic who runs a divine food magazine. He publishes a piece in the magazine about the ultimate four course meal, each course of that meal created by one of the top chefs in Europe. But when the Chefs start to me murdered in the style of one of their dishes....

Watched it this evening, what a really enjoyable film. Morley steals the show with some fantastic dialogue and snappy answer backs. One of which when asked if they should do a meal based on the last supper he says how bland it would be and asks "what's next? The Andes Plane Crash Cookbook" (or very close to them lines)

I wasn't too sure if this is classed as a European (or even British film), Even though it is directed by Ted Kotcheff (Probably best known for First Blood) I noticed on his resume on imdb that most of his earlier stuff was made in Britain.

So Jonny, Paul, Stephen if you think this needs to move to the British or non-Euro section feel free to move it, or just leave it here  :D

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Kotcheff's best film is Wake in Fright.

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