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World Languages Film Festival - Korean Film, March 4 in HU131

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Category: MC Events

Published: Mar 2 2015 12:00AM

In celebration of the World Languages Film Festival, join us to see "Le Grand Chef." The film will be shown on Wednesday, March 4 at 3 p.m. on the Rockville campus. The room is HU (Humanities Building) 131. (see flyer)

Jin Choi, professor of world languages, will lead a discussion after the film.

"Le Grand Chef" is a 2007 South Korean film based on the popular manhwa "Sikgaek." A young, incredibly talented chef quits the profession after a contest to head a world-class restaurant ends in tragedy. Retiring to a small rural town with his grandfather, he finds a new and more peaceful existence, working as a farmer and selling vegetables at the local market. Even though content in his new life, when a nationwide cooking competition offers him the chance to take on his long-time rival, Seong-Chan embarks on a journey that will forever change his view of the world and lead him to the most startling revelations. Surrounding himself with a ragtag crew of misfits, each with his own poignant story to tell, he is soon in the media spotlight, facing stiff competition from the other contestants while dealing with his grandfather's diminishing faculties and a long buried family secret. Seong-Chan can only struggle to overcome every adversity with a quiet dignity. (Source: iMDb)

The Motion Picture Association of America Rating is PG-13 Parents Strongly Cautioned.

This presentation and discussion meets the multicultural and diversity professional development requirement. The film is in Korean with English subtitles. For more information and/or disability accommodations, please contact the department in Rockville at 240.567.5393.

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  1. Le Grand Chef.pdf
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