Re: [Videolib] Feature Film Scenes re: Food / Counseling

Barbara Rhodes, Media Consultant, Northeast Texas (medialibrarybird@earthlink.net)
Mon, 16 Apr 2007 12:31:04 -0500 (GMT-05:00)

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<P>How about Babette's Feast where food became a way to to open up a dour&n=
bsp;community --the dinner scene is wonderful!</P>
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<BLOCKQUOTE style=3D"PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 0px; BORDER-LEFT: #000=
0ff 2px solid">-----Original Message----- <BR>From: Meghann Matwichuk <MTWC=
HK@UDEL.EDU><BR>Sent: Apr 10, 2007 3:54 PM <BR>To: videolib@lists.berkeley.=
edu <BR>Subject: [Videolib] Feature Film Scenes re: Food / Counseling <BR><=
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fffff">Dear CW,<BR><BR>Here's a fun one...&nbsp; I've been asked to come up=
with a list of feature films for a nutrition counseling class that show ho=
w people may use food to cope, doctor or counselor/patient interaction, or =
food rituals in the home.&nbsp; She is not necessarily looking for films wh=
ere food is an overarching theme -- rather, films with scenes that can be u=
sed as a discussion-starter to liven up a lecture.&nbsp; A few ideas that t=
he prof. has come up with already are:<BR><BR>Patch Adams<BR>Soul Food<BR>T=
wo Weeks Notice<BR>Parenthood<BR>The Doctor<BR>Bridget Jones Diary<BR><BR>A=
couple of others with key scenes that I'm thinking of are:<BR><BR>Candy<BR=
>Pieces of April<BR>Spanglish (though I haven't seen it)<BR>Fried Green Tom=
atoes<BR><BR>I keep wanting to recommend the 'Itis episode of The Boondocks=
, but I don't quite thing that's what she's after ;) .&nbsp; If anyone can =
recall / recommend specific scenes (in case I haven't seen the film in ques=
tion recently), I'd be very appreciative.<BR><BR>Thanks in advance,<BR><BR>=
<SMALL><FONT color=3D#666666>*************************<BR>Meghann Matwichuk=
, M.S.<BR>Senior Assistant Librarian<BR>Instructional Media Collection Depa=
rtment<BR>Morris Library, University of Delaware<BR>181 S. College Ave.<BR>=
Newark, DE 19717<BR>(302) 831-1475</FONT></SMALL><BR></ZZZBODY></ZZZHTML></=
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Barbara Rhodes
Media Consultant
Northeast Texas Library System</PRE>
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