Unless you’re a foodie, you might not even notice how often filmmakers use food to help tell a story. From comic relief to sadness, food in film can stir up a range of emotions.
Food can also serve as a physical prop to enhance a scene, or help viewers better understand a character or the location (an example: New York City pizza tends to finds its way into films about the Big Apple). Food has delivered memorable moments in movies such as the cake-face scene in “Mrs. Doubtfire,” or the adorable spaghetti supper in “Lady and the Tramp.” Another cool thing about food in film? It’s a subtle way to share