Most likely you will agree that Coffee has played many different roles. For some, it’s a morning ritual, the only way to get out of bed. For others, fuel when working overtime. For someone else, coffee, as part of its culture, is integrated not only into the work and home environment but also into all art forms. One is the film industry.
Today, let’s talk about what happens when one of the greatest pleasures of life is tea and coffee. For your attention, a list of films that can’t be missed.
The Bucket List (2007)
In the movie, old millionaire Edward (Jack Nicholson) can’t afford the exclusive Kopi Luwak coffee, one of the rarest, most expensive and gourmet-valued coffee varieties in the world.
The eccentric millionaire runs a special coffee machine (or at least a thermos) and enjoys coffee everywhere in the hospital and courtroom.
Kopi Luwak plays a special role in one of the final scenes when Jack Nicholson’s companion Morgan Freeman reveals the special secret of Kopi Luwak’s taste and aroma.
What kind? Here, these unique Indonesian coffee beans are processed by the indigenous animal palm civet in the digestive tract.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Everything can be expected in a black humor comedy directed by Quentin Tarantino. It is not surprising, then, that the heroes of John Travolta and Samuel L.
Jackson, in black suits, is enjoying coffee in the kitchen and their great taste. Little nuance- not paying attention to the need to worry about concealing evidence.
Amelie from Montmartre (2001)
The views associated with coffee in this French movie are inevitable, as the main character Amelia (Audrey Tautou) is a shy saleswoman in a small cafe. She decides to look for a way to make people happy.
One of the most charming scenes when Amelia deliberately drops a client where she sympathizes with coffee. By the way, the results are positive!
Devil Wears Prada (2006)
In this film, coffee becomes a communication symbol for the overbearing boss, Miranda (Meryl Streep), and her subordinate Andy (Anne Hathaway). Andy, you run to Starbucks every morning to buy coffee for your manager. Anyway, coffee should be delivered on time if you don’t want to get in trouble!
One of Miranda’s phrases testifies to this: “Is there any reason why my coffee is not here yet? Is she (Andy) dead or what? “(She’s dead or something?).
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
Do you remember the introductory scene of this classic movie? There, the elegant Audrey Hepburn heroine looks over the shop window and at the same time “breakfast”, drinking coffee with a croissant.
Of course, this scene is not just about coffee, but without it, the view would be completely different. A simple cup of coffee, shopping can be a noteworthy event.
Interestingly, in the film’s descriptions, Audrey’s character is described as a representative of the “Café society”. This term denotes the 19th century. community creamers in trendy cafes and restaurants in Paris, New York, and London.
I started with movies, but I can’t help but mention a couple of cult TV shows where coffee is very important.
Friends (1994 – 2004)
Certainly, many fans of the series have dreamed of going to a friend’s favorite cafe, Central Perk. In almost every episode of the series, friends of six spend several hours chatting, sitting on the couch, drinking coffee.
Discussing heroes’ lives and experiencing strange situations at the coffee mug. Coffee serves as a subtext for talking, laughing at each other, getting to know each other. The most important nuance of the decade begins and ends there in the cafeteria – at the coffee mug that connects friends. Be it the first or the last time.
The Sopranos (1999-2007)
Mafia boss Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) and his subordinates need to discuss business topics from time to time. This is done with a cup of coffee, always in the same café. Coffee is always as good espresso as the Italians are.
You probably know – tradition, Italian roots are very important to these men. Either way, espresso delivers cheerfulness and mental acuity – not unimportant in a business-like Tony’s.
At first glance, coffee in the movies may seem like an accidental detail, just to be overlooked. However, when you look more closely, we can see that it gives the film a feel and atmosphere.
Coffee – a way to say goodbye to your friends, get the attention of a sympathetic person, or just have a good time with a friend you haven’t seen before.
At the cup of coffee, the heroes even share their secrets. Just like cinema, in life, right? On this note, I wish you had a cup of aromatic coffee and turned on a favorite movie, once.