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With Horrortober 9 in the rearview, we take a quick jaunt into food films with an amended month of two classic food films, closing with The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover. Noise Junkie's Heather Drain and Dark Destinations' Father Malone join the episode to talk about the production design, Peter Greenaway, and that finale.

Directed by Peter Greenaway, it tells the story of the ruthless Albert Spica, played by Michael Gambon, a crime boss who takes over a fine-dining restaurant only to have his wife, played by Helen Mirren, fall in lovely with a regular customer behind his back. What follows must be witnessed to be believed; from the performances to the set design, it's a truly one of a kind film experience.

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With Horrortober 9 in the rearview, we take a quick jaunt into food films with an amended month of two classic food films, closing with The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover . Noise Junkie's Heather Drain and Dark Destinations' Father Malone join the episode to talk about the production design, Peter Greenaway, and that finale. Directed by Peter Greenaway, it tells the story of the ruthless Albert Spica, played by Michael Gambon, a crime boss who takes over a fine-dining restaurant only to have his wife, played by Helen Mirren, fall in lovely with a regular customer behind his back. What follows must be witnessed to be believed; from the performances to the set design, it's a truly one of a kind film experience. For more Kulturecast episodes and podcasts guaranteed to be your new favorite audio obsession, check out Weirding Way Media at weirdingwaymedia.com. read more read less

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