Directed by Marcos Jorge.
The world is made of those who eat and those who get eaten. Raimundo Nonato, the protagonist, finds an alternative way: he cooks. He cooks first in a bar, then in an Italian Restaurant and then in prison - how did he end up in jail?
He cooks and learns how to get by in a society divided in two between those who eat and those who get eaten. What he learns, are a series of rules he uses to his advantage: in the end, the cook must also get his share of food – and only he knows which part tastes best.
Estômago is an adult fable on power, sex and cooking.
Cost: Free and open to the public
In Portuguese with English subtitles. Light refreshments will be offered. Parking available in lot 3 $10
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