Woodford, Nicole Midori.
Tan, Jit Quan.
Date of Issue2009
School of Art, Design and Media
The power of food manifests in our lives in myriad ways. A patronizing food critic unknowingly affects a promising female chef through his review. Forced to question her culinary career, she reexamines her relationship with her hawker mum while the withdrawn young son of the critic uses food as a means of connecting with his father. Both daughter and son find themselves threading down the same path as they struggle to gain acceptance from their respective parents. While food inexplicably extends beyond taste, the two different families confront their inner selves without them realizing how their lives intertwine.
DRNTU::Visual arts and music::Film::Digital
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University