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Whether you prefer moussaka, deep-fried vegetables or midnight eggs, you can soon find your fix at – where else – the library.
This season’s Free Film Series, geared entirely for the gourmand, the glutton and the secret gorger. Each of this winter’s half-dozen films offers not only a good story, memorable dialogue, high drama and/or wild comedy, but also something tasty, tangy, sweet and luscious.
And best of all, celluloid is virtually calorie-free.
The cinematic six-course meal begins with not an appetizer, but a wedding.
It’s one many of us have already enjoyed and wouldn’t mind a second helping of: “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.”
For those of you who missed it back in 2002, when it took American theatergoers’ hearts by storm, Joel Zwick’s popular Oscar-nominated film tells the love story of Toula Portokalos (Nia Vardalos) and Ian Miller (John Corbett) – a kind of “Romeo and Juliet” tale with fewer suicides and more spiced lamb.
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