Tortilla Soup

Tortilla Soup

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Tortilla Soup

A remake of Ang Lee's family comedy Eat Drink Man Woman, Maria Ripoli's Hispanic-American ensemble feature set in Southern California about a veteran chef named Martin Naranjo (Hector Elizondo), who is slowly losing his sense of taste. He has three daughters, all of whom have chosen different paths. There is Letitia (Elizabeth Pena), the oldest and most repressed of the bunch, a rigid schoolteacher who is a member of the Christian faith. His youngest, Maribel (Tamara Mello), is the most assured, though plagued by doubts. His middle daughter Carmen (Jacqueline Obradors) is most like him and shares his taste for cooking, but has chosen a career as a corporate consultant, which makes for a more secure lifestyle. She is offered a high-profile job in Barcelona, which causes a rift in the family setting. Maribel soon finds herself drawn to a handsome Brazilian student (Nikolai Kinski), and Letitia is gaining affection for Orlando (Paul Rodriguez), an awkward ballplayer whom her students have sent mistaken love letters to without her knowing. Also at their dinners are a shy single mother (Constance Marie) and her obnoxious mother (Raquel Welch), who has her sights set on Martin's affections. Tortilla Soup is Maria Ripoli's second major feature, after her whimsical 1998 feature Twice Upon a Yesterday.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/27/2017
UPC: 0043396510180
Original Release: 2001
Rating: PG-13
Source: Samuel Goldwyn Films
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:44:00
Sales rank: 23,961

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hector Elizondo Martin
Jacqueline Obradors Carmen
Elizabeth Peña Letitia
Tamara Mello Maribel
Nikolai Kinski Andy
Paul Rodriguez Orlando
Raquel Welch Hortensia
Joel Joan Antonio
Constance Marie Yolanda
Jade Herrera Actor
Julio Oscar Mechoso Actor
Troy Ruptash Actor

Technical Credits
Maria Ripoll Director
Vera Blasi Screenwriter
Andy Blumenthal Editor
Bill Conti Score Composer
William Flick Sound/Sound Designer
Samuel Goldwyn Executive Producer
Meyer Gottlieb Associate Producer
Xavier Pérez Grobet Cinematographer
Julianne Jordan Musical Direction/Supervision
Alicia MacCarone Production Designer
John Bard Manulis Producer
Ileane Meltzer Costumes/Costume Designer
Ramon Menendez Screenwriter
Tom Musca Screenwriter
Lulu Zezza Co-producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Tortilla Soup
1. Start
2. Sunday Dinner
3. Putting Out A Fire
4. Three Grown Women
5. Martin's Lament
6. Hortensia
7. Antonio Urgell
8. Orlando
9. Red Light
10. Mutts
11. Stretch!
12. Marina Farms
13. Barcelona Job Offer
14. Mating Dance
15. "Who's The Bard?"
16. Andy's Place
17. Gomez Hospitalized
18. Maribel's Announcement
19. Physical Concerns
20. Gathering Rosebuds
21. Celebrating Yolanda's Divorce
22. Leticia's Announcement
23. Opposites Attract?
24. The Wake
25. Carmen Meets Rachel
26. A Memorable Evening
27. "Barcelona Can Wait."
28. Yolanda's Announcement

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Tortilla Soup 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good movie. Just one minor annoyance - for those who are like me and prefer Widescreen format, this most definitely is not widescreen. The information is incorrect. The ISBN and UPC matched but the description is off. There is no side 1 and side 2. I decided to keep it anyways because I don't feel like trying to swap it out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
this was a great movie I saw it in my spanish four class. I enjoyed it a lot, a great latino movie !!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
When i saw this movie i liked and we got the word perhaps perhaps perhaps
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tortilla Soup what a movie, it showed how a father cared about his daughters and also how to make those delicious plates. Once you see Tortilla Soup you want to keep watching it over and over again, it is a fun loving movie to have and to watch. A very well done film.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this movie very much. It was realistic and funny. I especially loved Hector Elizondo as the father.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I started to watch it in Spanish class and didn't get a chance to finish. I wish I had! It's a fun movie that keeps you smiling.