Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
An obsessive chef befriends an anorexic former child star living in the apartment next door, sparking a fiery battle of wills in this remake of the darkly comic Korean thriller 301/302. Unstable Amy (Heather Graham) wields a spatula like a samurai, and dreams of the day she'll have her own cooking show. As a young girl, Amy was infatuated with a television show starring Saffron (Carrie-Anne Moss), who subsequently vanished into obscurity. The damaged daughter of a tyrannical stage mother Saffron has struggled with an eating disorder ever since she was a little girl. Plagued by deep-rooted intimacy issues, she spends most of her time alone until the day she crosses paths with Amy. At first Amy can't believe her luck at having her childhood idol living right next door, and at first the two women even sense an ethereal connection that bonds them. Later, as their true colors begin to emerge, both Amy and Saffron discover just how toxic their chemistry may be.
actress, apartment, chef, cooking, food, intimacy, neighbor