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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   Martin drives Carmen to the airport, gives her a set of knives for her kitchen in Spain. Mr. Chu sells the old house, buys a new one and lives with his new wife and her daughter. Jai-Chien accepts the promotion in Amsterdam.
   While Martin is packing up to move to his new house, Carmen returns, she will stay in America. Jia-Chien cooks dinner for everyone at the old house, but Jia-Ning is sleeping after having her baby, Jia-Jen's husband is being baptized and Jin-Rong (Chu's new wife) is pregnant but slightly ill. Chu and Jia-Chien will eat alone in the old house.
   Martin samples some of Carmen's cooking and realizes he can taste again. They are both very happy. When Jia-Chien asks her father if he is having a boy or a girl, he says he doesn't want to know. She teases that it might be another daughter.
   The family gets together for dinner at a restaurant where Carmen is the chef. Yolanda announces she is pregnant with a girl. Happy and fun ending. When Chu samples the soup, he comments that Jia-Chien added too much spice, then stops talking. He realizes he can taste again. Father and daughter touch hands then address each other as dad and daughter. Very touching ending.
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