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Zone Pro Site: The Moveable Feast

10 November 2013 14:00

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The Royal 608 College Street, Toronto, ON M6G 1B4, Canada

Zone Pro Site: The Moveable Feast
Zone Pro Site

This Taiwanese box-office comedy hit serves up gut-busting laughs as Wan (played by Kimi Hsia), daughter of banquet caterer Master Fly Spirit, teams up with her mother to bring catering honour back to their family name.

Taiwan 2013 | 145:00 | Taiwanese with English subtitles | Rated G | Canadian Premiere | BUY TICKETS
  • Chen Yu-Hsun
  • Lee Lieh, Yeh Jufeng
  • CAST
  • Lin Mei-Hsiu, Yo Yang, Kimi Hsia, Wu Nian-Jen, Ko Yi-Cheng, King Jieh-Wen
  • Taipei Film Festival 2013
  • Busan International Film Festival 2013

Zone Pro Site: The Moveable Feast is the highly anticipated feature from master of comedy Chen Yu-Hsun, and one of the biggest box office hits in Taiwan this season.

More than 20 years ago, there were three outdoor banquet (ban-doh) master chefs who dominated the catering business in Taiwan. They were known as Master Silly Mortal, Master Ghost Head and Master Fly Spirit. However, the outdoor banquet business has been in decline since Taiwan’s economic takeoff, and even the master chefs feel helpless to turn the tide. Master Fly Spirit wants to pass the family recipes and culinary skills on to his only child, Wan, who desperately wants to run away from the family business to become a fashion model. Nevertheless, fate proves that Wan is destined to take up the challenge and mission she once shunned.

A hilarious mix of personalities comes together in hopes of reviving the tradition of the catering chef and the legacy of Master Fly Spirit. The resourceful cooking team discover a wide selection of magnificent, mouth-watering dishes and, more importantly, personal satisfaction when their food is truly enjoyed.

- HK

Chen Yu-Hsun has achieved fame for his unique sense of humour. His award-winning first feature, Tropical Fish (1995), won the Blue Leopard Prize at Switzerland’s Locarno Film Festival and is widely regarded as one of the best comedies in the history of Taiwanes cinema.




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