THE LUNCH DATE - ADAM DAVIDSON (1989)

The Lunch Date by Adam Davidson won both the Oscar for Best Short film as well as the Palme d'Or in 1990. Shot in black & white, with an old fashioned feel to it, it follows the adventures of a somewhat racist white, middle-class woman who misses her train and is forced to wait for the next one in the station. Her prejudices are then stretched to the limit when a black man starts eating her newly bought lunch. If you like The Lunch Date be sure to rate it and share it with your friends!


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