What's the Difference between Tortilla Soup the Movie Original and Eat Drink Man Woman the Movie ReMake ?


Tortilla Soup

Released: 2001
Director: Maria Ripoll

Eat Drink Man Woman

Released: 1994
Director: Ang Lee
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Martin Naranjo
Portrayed by: Hector Elizondo
Portrayed by: Sihung Lung
Carmen Naranjo
Portrayed by: Jacqueline Obradors
Portrayed by: Chien-lien Wu
Leticia Naranjo
Portrayed by: Elizabeth Peña
Portrayed by: Kuei-Mei Yang
Maribel Naranjo
Portrayed by: Tamara Mello
Portrayed by: Yu-Wen Wang
Portrayed by: Raquel Welch
Madame Liang
Portrayed by: Gua Ah-leh
Portrayed by: Constance Marie
Portrayed by: Sylvia Chang
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   Antonio offers Carmen a job in Barcelona, Spain. She is looking forward to it. Jia-Chien is offered a promotion within her company but would have to move to Amsterdam; she is not sure if she will accept it.
   Hortensia actively pursues Martin, she dances with him at his house. Madame Liang (Jin-Rong's mother) visits Mr. Chu often with her daughter and granddaughter, he tolerates her.
   The daughters are amused by Hortensia going after their father. The daughters do not like Madame Liang at all; they call her a witch behind her back.
   Meribel invites Andy to dinner where Meribel announces that she is going to postpone college. Her dad orders her to follow his rules. So she says she will move in with Andy, to Andy's great surprise. Martin is upset and thinks Andy is stealing his daughter away. Jia-Ning announces at dinner that she met a man and is pregnant. She brings him to dinner to introduce him to her father, and then moves out with him. Mr. Chu does not react much.
   Leticia is an old maid; she stopped dating after a boyfriend dumped her. Jia-Jen has never tried to have a relationship and made up a story about a boyfriend who abandoned her to avoid interacting with other men.
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