Something Nice to Eat (1967)

  • 1967
  • World Premiere
  • 21min
  • United Kingdom

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“Cooking is a kind of loving.” Featuring Jean Shrimpton, and sponsored by the Gas Council, this film encapsulates the spirit of the 1960s in a gloriously entertaining, some- times patronising and always visually inventive tribute to good food – preferably prepared using a gas cooker.

Watch the Q&A here on Monday 7 June at 12:40 BST

Director

Sarah Erulkar

Producer

BFI

Language

English

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