Chocolat (2000)

Chocolat (2000)

Vianne Rocher and her young daughter are drifters who are met with skepticism and resistance when they move to a conservative town in rural France and open a chocolate shop during Lent. As Vianne begins to work her magic and help those around her, the townspeople are soon won-over by her exuberance and her delicious chocolates – except for the mayor, who is determined to shut her down. When a group of river drifters visit the town, Vianne teaches the townspeople something about acceptance, and finds love for herself along the way.

Rated PG-13 for a scene of sensuality and some violence.
Runtime: 121 min
Country: UK | USA
Language: English | French
Color: Color (Technicolor)
Company: Miramax Films

Three students completed reviews of this movie. Each review is appended here.

FAITH REVIEW – Chocolat 

FAITH REVIEW – Chocolat

FAITH REVIEW – Chocolat

THEOLOGICAL CONVERSATION – Chocolat

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