Toast | Family Drama | Full Movie English | Comedy | Romance

British Drama Movie loosely based on real Events: Toast – The ultimate nostalgia trip through everything edible in 1960s Britain.

Toast (2010)
Director: S.J. Clarkson (as SJ Clarkson)
Writers: Lee Hall, Nigel Slater (based on the memoir by)
Stars: Oscar Kennedy, Victoria Hamilton, Colin Prockter
Genres: Biography | Comedy | Drama | Romance
Country: UK
Language: English
Release Date: 30 December 2010 (UK)
Also Known As: Mesterkokken
Filming Locations: Grand Hotel, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK

Wolverhampton,1967: nine year old Nigel Slater loves his mother though she is a hopeless cook, her finest offering being toast whilst he has great culinary aspirations. When she dies of asthma Nigel is left with a distant father but worse is to come when the ’common’ Mrs. Joan Potter arrives as the Slaters’ cleaner. Nigel fears, rightly, that her aim is to be the next Mrs. Slater and soon he has a new stepmother and is whisked away to the country. Joan is, however, a superb cook but this only makes for rivalry as Nigel, the only boy in his cookery class at secondary school, competes with her to find the way to his father’s heart. A weekend job in a pub kitchen introduces Nigel to an older boy, another great cook and gay like himself, who gives him the confidence and inspiration to leave home after his father’s death and head for the hotel kitchens of London.

”This film is spectacular. As one who felt I related to a lot of it despite the difference of time era, it summed up not accepting what life throws at you. You don’t have to put up with others if they treat you badly and this is a huge theme people should spread more. You can be whatever you want if you put your mind to it and don’t let anyone stand in your way. This film was hard to watch at times for it’s flashback’s to my own life but definitely glad I found it.” Written by jadeylady96 on

”Toast is the story of renowned food writer Nigel slaters childhood experience with food or really lack there of. Based on his autobiographical novel of the same name. Filmed in almost permanent amber hue of childhood memories, and with a better than average quality of weekly drama the BBC like to pump out. Firstley Nigel’s mother has no love of food, she hate’s fresh veg(they have dirt on them)and any thing new or foreign sounding. She boil’s tined food in there tins in water in a over-sized pan and hate’s every moment of it. This really vex’s poor young Nigel who find passion in food & cooking. His first taste of food knowledge comes form the hot male gardener. Whom tender’s there garden and Nigel likes to spy on him as he gets naked in the shed from his day in his work clothes. Soon enough Nigel’s long suffering mum dies of a Asama attack. And Nigel’s dad employs new cleaner Mrs potter(Helena Bonham carter) In reality this reunites actors Freddie high more(older 18 yr old Nigel) with Helena Bonham carter for a third time,they first worked together on women talking dirty when Freddie was 7,before Helena played his mother in Tim Burton’s Charlie and the chocolate factory.

Nigel and Mrs potter hate each other on sight,being nothing like Nigel’s mother, Mrs potter swears, smokes and cooks well, the latter you think would help them find common ground but no. They battle it out (lot’s of fun to watch by the way)for his dads affections.And as Mrs potter Nigel’s dad get together and all 3 move to the countryside much to Nigel’s destine,he finds work in a local pub as a kitchen hand (boiling bags of frozen food for 20 Min’s a piece). He meet the owners boy who’s a whizz in the kitchen and quickly fall’s in love. i don’t want to give much more away than that really but watching toast was a delightful treat from the BBC and the only thing i have not deleted from my planner after watching this Christmas.all in all a great drama 9 out of 10,thank you.” Written by talynsun-1 on


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