Here’s your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you’ll have the chance to vote for your favorite.
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“Eat With Me”
crash on gay son’s couch where they revive their appetites for life
Emma decides to save her sanity by hopping on the next train into the
city to crash with her son Elliot, a young gay chef who runs a
struggling Chinese restaurant.
Elliot and Emma’s mutual appreciation for delicious food and hearty home
cooking breaks down the years of distance between them. Inspired by his
mother’s dumpling recipes, Elliot takes the leap from boy to man
through an innovative effort to save his floundering restaurant, as Emma
takes on the journey to discover herself and her appetite for life
Writer/Director: David Au
Producers: Joyce Liu-Countryman, Michelle Ehlen
Executive Producer: Terry Lin
Cinematographer: Amanda Treyz
Editor: David Au
About the Production:
she has put herself second to her husband and her children. But now as
an adult, I begin to wonder whether she has lived to her fullest
potential, and whether she even remembers what her own needs and desires
are. Eat With me takes on the imaginative journey where my mother gets
to reinvent herself through the art of cooking, developing unexpected
friendships, experiencing new adventures and most importantly, the
search for her appetite for life again.” — David Au
are currently in pre-production, including casting, location scouting
and locking down crew and gears.
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