Saturday, February 05, 2011
'The King's Speech' was every iota as rewarding on second viewing at the palatial Ziegfeld on W 54th this afternoon. I was happy to watch it in the company of JP, Fernando and Sunil. It's the compelling, superbly-acted characters and the crisp dialogue that make this film so special; this film's pleasures are not diminished by knowing what happens next. Trailer at the end of this post, just in case you haven't seen it...
We then dined at Menchanko-tei, a lovely Japanese noodle house. Their noodles are made fresh daily in a dedicated factory using a wheat base with Mongolian sea salt, and then resting at low temperatures. All three thicknesses are always perfectly aldente; every noodle goes down smooth.
Let 'King' leave you speechless:
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