Babette’s Feast - Gabriel Axel 1987 - -- "A layered tale of a French housekeeper with a mysterious past who brings quiet revolution in the form of one exquisite meal to a circle of starkly pious villagers in late nineteenth-century Denmark.
Babette's Feast "Throughout the world sounds one long cry from the heart of the artist: Give me the chance to do my very best." Adapted from a short story by Isak Dinesen, Babettes Feast won an Academy Award Oscar in 1986 for Best Foreign Film.
Babette's Feast (Danish: Babettes gæstebud) is a 1987 Danish drama film directed by Gabriel Axel. In a remote Danish village, two sisters lead a rigid life centered around their father, the local minister, and their church.