I love a good chocolate movie, but they are so few and far between. That’s why I’m pleased to share this little bon bon with you.
Independent filmmaker Sarah Feinbloom takes a tongue-in-cheek look at her chocolate roots in this yummy production.
The DVD cover says, “Extra Fine and Creamy and May Contain Nuts,” the nuts being the chocoholics she interviews, all of whom converge upon Chocolate Covered, a chocoholic’s paradise in the heart of Noe Valley in San Francisco.
If I hadn’t had some chocolate nearby, I would seriously have been trying to lick the screen. I may have to take a vacation to San Fran JUST to visit Chocolate Covered. Mmm.
If you need a good chocolate movie pick me up, a gift for your favorite chocoholic, or some Chocoholics Anonymous style support, pick up a copy ASAP at www.chocumentary.net.
Michelle Sharp is a chocoholic who lives in the mountains of Washington State. Her proudest chocolate moment occurred on re-entering the US after a trip to France, when the customs agent read her declaration form and said, “You spent over $400 on chocolate?!”