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Food is the way to the heart in this entertaining and heart-warming story of love, friendship and second chances.
Karin (Marie Richardson, Daybreak) and Sten (Björn Kjellman) are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary with friends when when Karin discovers a secret Sten has been hiding. Having spent her life taking care of her family, the sudden change it brings forces Karin to re-evaluate her life.
Her old school friend Monika persuades her and their mutual friend Pia to join a cooking class led by renowned chef Henrik (Peter Stormare, Fargo). So begins the Tuesday Club, and in the hot kitchen with exotic spices, amazing food, old and new friends, more than one of Karin's long-lost passions are reborn. Amongst the hissing frying pans and steaming scents, Karin soon discovers that it is never too late to dare to follow her dreams.
A feel-good debut feature from Swedish director Annika Apelin, Tuesday Club is a charming romantic comedy about women, their friendships and passions, that will inspire audiences to eat good food and embrace life.
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Göteborg Film Festival 2022
"Hot feelings among pots and pans in a charming comedy."
- SVENSKA DAGBLADET
Tuesday 12th July
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Peter Stormare, Marie Richardson, Carina M. Johansson, Björn Kjellman, Ida Engvoll
Swedish with English subtitles
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