Three sisters still living under the same roof as their conventional and ageing master chef father. Four modern Taiwanese love stories, in which food is the thread that binds their parallel yet disjointed lives; tearing the family apart and bringing them back together again. Tuck in!
A hilarious black comedy about a British-Pakistani family living in Salford in the 70s. A dictatorial father attempts to enforce traditional values on his six anglicized children, who find all manner of creative ways to avoid his wrath, while their mother is caught in the middle. Note the nostalgic soundtrack!
In a bid to connect with his ambitious, career-driven daughter, Toni Erdmann (Peter Simonischek) pays her a surprise visit in Romania and disrupts her business dealings. Excruciating at times and heart-warming at others, the film captures the complex dynamics of parent-child relationships in the modern world. A must-see for anyone who thinks Germans don’t have a sense of humour!