|Name of Work||Chocolat|
|Production Location||United Kingdom|
A woman and her daughter arrives in a tight-knit town somewhere in Europe. She is a free spirit and is in conflict with the conservative mores of the town leaders and elders. Her opening of a chocolate shop signifies the pleasures of the flesh, which conflicts with the puritanical impulses of the the town leaders. Conflict ensues between libertine and repressors, with "living a free life" winning out.
Follow your dream and disregard convention.
Pleasure is good; religion and conventional thinking is bad.
Some of the scenes are composite special effects even though they look like some lovely European countryside.