"6 Wars * 11 Recipes * 60 361 024 Dead"02 July 2009Foreign88 mins
Interviews with military cooks from various European armies.
The heroes of the film are Peter Kerekes military cooks from all over Europe. Men aprons over their uniforms always influenced the mood and performance of soldiers and their wooden spoons stirred up history. The film is based on recipes from the Second World War to the war in Chechnya, from France, the Balkans, and Russia. [44 KVIFF 2009]
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