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Chocolat (2000)Mysterious Vianne and her child open a chocolate shop in a small French village, where no one could have imagined the impact that she and her spirited daughter would have on the community stubbornly rooted in tradition.
Actors of "Chocolat (2000)"
Characters of "Chocolat (2000)"
Directors of "Chocolat (2000)"Lasse HallströmBirthdate: 2 June 1946, Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden
Creators of "Chocolat (2000)"Joanne HarrisBirthdate: 3 July 1964, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England, UKRobert Nelson Jacobs
Critic Reviews of "Chocolat (2000)"Globe and MailMarch 19, 2002
Ultimately, especially coming from director Lasse Hallstrom, such a slight flick doubles as a fat disappointment.Rolling StoneFebruary 06, 2001
A sinfully scrumptious bonbon.Miami HeraldJanuary 04, 2001
Watching Chocolat is like binging on a bottomless box of truffles: Tastes good and sweet at first, but after a while, you start feeling a little green.Philadelphia InquirerJanuary 04, 2001
One of those whimsical concoctions that tries too hard, and goes too long, for its own good.Detroit Free PressJanuary 04, 2001
Chocolat, like Hallstrom's adaptation of The Cider House Rules, succeeds primarily through its casting.Washington PostDecember 22, 2000
An appealing comic fable aimed at those with a bittersweet tooth.Old School ReviewsMay 16, 2012
Hallström should refrain from preachy parables and move on to an entréeCommon Sense MediaDecember 22, 2010
Fabulous French fairy tale and romance for teens and up.eFilmCritic.comSeptember 24, 2007
It takes the radical stance that people should indulge their pleasures, unless they're really mean, in which case they should eat some chocolate and learn to be nice.EmanuelLevy.ComMay 31, 2006
A mythic fable about tolerance and love with the bitter-swet flavor of a candy that's not entirely fresh but still digestible.Looking CloserDecember 06, 2004
Most movies that criticize religion argue for the abolition of institutions. Chocolat suggests the problem lies in how people manipulate religion to get what they want.Film Quips OnlineFebruary 08, 2003
I've not had a film make me crave chockies so much since Willy Wonka.
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