My Life in France - Part 2: Chapter 8, The French Chef in France Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 8, The French Chef in France Summary and Analysis

The French Chef had an ambitious undertaking in 1970, which included shooting thirty-nine episodes in color. Julia was also going to shoot a series of mini-documentaries in France that they could later add to her shows. A crew of ten gathered in Provence in May. Although television production often looks like fun, Julia found it tedious at times. Each shot could take hours of preparation and many minutes to shoot. She'd have to rehearse each scene and everything had to be set up and arranged. Finally, they'd have to take everything back down again when they were done.

The crew filmed Julia in various locations, including markets and restaurants. They adjusted the scenes when problems arose. They did some filming with the bread maker that had first shown Julia how...

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