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

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Tortilla Soup

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Released: 2001
Director: Maria Ripoll

Eat Drink Man Woman

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Released: 1994
Director: Ang Lee
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Martin Naranjo
Portrayed by: Hector Elizondo
Chu
Portrayed by: Sihung Lung
Carmen Naranjo
Portrayed by: Jacqueline Obradors
Jia-Chien
Portrayed by: Chien-lien Wu
Leticia Naranjo
Portrayed by: Elizabeth Peña
Jia-Jen
Portrayed by: Kuei-Mei Yang
Maribel Naranjo
Portrayed by: Tamara Mello
Jia-Nin
Portrayed by: Yu-Wen Wang
Hortensia
Portrayed by: Raquel Welch
Madame Liang
Portrayed by: Gua Ah-leh
Yolanda
Portrayed by: Constance Marie
Jin-Rong
Portrayed by: Sylvia Chang
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   Leticia interrupts a baseball game to thank Olando for the love letters, he has no idea what she is talking about; she walks away embarrassed. After exposing the students for writing the letters, she expresses her love again for Orlando. Jia-Jen discovers that the letters were written by someone else after she sees that Raymond is not interested in her. She uses the school PA to threaten those who wrote the letters and finds out some students were messing with her. She then professes her love for him.
   Meribel drives Andy crazy by re-arranging his small apartment and losing his things. She does not.
   Leticia announces at dinner that she got married to Orlando quickly so that they could make love without living in sin. Martin is unhappy. Jia-Jen announces that she married Raymond for love and lust, she moves out after dinner. Mr. Chu does not get upset.
   Meribel criticizes Andy a lot while they are living together. She starts trashing his place and acting like a bitch. She moves out. Jia-Ning and her husband have no discord.
   After Gomez dies, Martin worries about the restaurant Mr. Chu is planning on retiring anyway.
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