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'Like Water for Chocolate' is next in smARTfilms series

      - Image courtesy of Mirimax
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Bainbridge Island Museum of Art’s smARTfilm series on Culinary Art continues with "Like Water for Chocolate" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 18 in the BIMA auditorium.

The 1992 film depicts an intense world of passion, longing, magical realism and glorious food.

Set in a Mexican border town circa 1910, Tita and Pedro are forbidden to marry, as Tita must remain a spinster and care for her mother. So Pedro weds Tita's sister to stay close to Tita and her magical cooking.

The movie is rated R.

The film will be followed by a conversation with chef Melinda Lucas and artist George Lewis. Come early for food offerings that complement the film in the BIMA Bistro.

Tickets are $10/$6. For ticket purchase and more information, visit www.BIMA.org or call 206-842-4451.

 

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