Nigel Slater’s ‘Toast’ coming to Nuart Theatre in October
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Food writer and cook Nigel Slater’s bestselling memoir Toast: The Story of a Boy’s Hunger, an autobiographical account of his childhood told through food -- 1960s British food, that is -- was made into a film by Ruby Films for BBC1 in 2010, starring Helena Bonham-Carter and Freddie Highmore.
Clancy Sigal, who reviewed the book for the Los Angeles Times in 2004, says ‘I don’t know when I laughed so hard at such a poignant story as Nigel Slater’s boyhood.... Among its many delights, his memoir is an easily digestible lesson in how to let your stomach heal your hungry heart’ (read the full review here).
The film will be showing at the Nuart Theatre for one week, starting on Oct. 7.
Nuart Theatre, 11272 Santa Monica Blvd., West L.A., (310) 281-8223, landmarktheatres.com.