A feast for the eyes as well as the heart, BABETTE’S FEAST is the first-ever Danish film to win a Best Foreign Film Oscar. Based on a short story by Karen Blixen aka Isak Dinesen (Out of Africa), it is an atmospheric tale of the transformative power of a lovingly prepared meal. In a remote 19th-century Danish Protestant enclave, Babette (Audran), a French refugee, is taken in as the servant to a pair of kindly spinster sisters who are long entrenched in their cheerless penitential lifestyle. Fourteen years later, coming into a small windfall of lottery winnings, Babette, a chef in her former life in Paris, chooses to thank her elderly benefactors with the spectacular and joyfully revelatory French banquet of a lifetime. In Danish, French, Swedish, Italian and English with English subtitles. See it on HBO Max, Amazon Prime, and The Criterion Channel.