| Comedy, Drama
Italian immigrant Nino steadfastly tries to become a member of Swiss Society no matter how awful his situation becomes.
"Bread and Chocolate" won the New York Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Film in 1978, four years after the films production, because the film wasn't released in America until 1978.
Giovanni 'Nino' Garofoli:
You're Italian, and I'm Italian. But is it enough to make us alike? Am I like you?
When Nino attempts to revive his inert industrialist boss with coffee, he inadvertently switches on the massage feature of the bed, dousing himself, but he is splash-free when he leaves to fill an ice bucket with water and shown dripping with the coffee after he returns to the bedroom.
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