Tuna and Chocolate | Chicago Reader

Tuna and Chocolate

Popular Spanish comedian Pablo Carbonell makes his directing debut with this droll, unforced comedy about life in an impoverished fishing village, playing an atheist whose worldview is severely tested when his young son, born out of wedlock, decides to take first communion. Strongly influenced by French directors Jean Renoir and Marcel Pagnol, whose comedy was grounded in social commentary, Carbonell finds his own voice in observing class and culture. The thrust of the story involves the destitute fisherman's attempts to steal a tuna for his wedding feast, with zany results. 100 min.

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