13 October 2013 | TribForce
A Delicacy in Itself
What a creative film coming from Jason Mann, who should be well-known soon enough. Delicacy serves us a movie that is truly mysterious, well-written, and simply: oddly fun. Its opening grabs you from the moment the the two main characters appear on screen. You wonder along with this food connoisseur why this chef is so secretive about the food he has brought out, and what adventures it will take you on (and believe me, there are many adventures. Especially when we meet Elizabeth Henstridge in the woods). The actors do a marvelous job as well, inviting you in to be there, take a taste, and get lost in this film. My hope is that the minds behind this masterpiece find enough funding to make this into a full- length feature. Viewers can tell that the film offers more than the 10 minutes it plays. If you can find it somewhere out there to watch it (I had the opportunity to see it when it was playing online for a film festival), definitely do. It will be worth the 10 minutes, and much more.