Joe’s Lovin n Raging Filmic Wednesdays presents:

4 Nov 2009 – 20:00

This month’s theme: Nourishing Women & Food for Thought

November 4th:
‘Le Grande Bouffe’
Marco Ferreri – 1973
A group of men, some prostitutes
And loads of food in a villa in the countryside.
There, they can engage in group sex and resolve
to eat themselves to death

November 11th:
Marcos Jorge – 2007
In the great restaurant of life, there are
those who eat and those who get eaten.
Raimundo Nonato finds an altewrnative way, a life of his own:
He cooks in order to survive and find place in society,
The love of his life and respect in times of need.

November 18th
‘The Cook, the Thief his Wife and her Lover’
Peter Greenaway – 1989
Food, Colour coding, sex, murder, torture and
Cannibalism are the exotic fare in this beautifully filmed
but brutally uncompromising modern fable
which has been interpreted as an allegory for Thatcherism.

November 25th
‘Mother Earth / Moeder Aarde’ + Short: ‘Killing fields’ (2009)
Paul Enkelaar en Jan Paul Smit – 2007
Mother Earth shows how women in rural communities
of Andhra Pradesh (India) secure local food supply
by turning their back on modern, capital-intensive
farming and choose for traditional methods.

Films start at 8 pm!