Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A shy yet gifted chocolatier falls in love with a timid chocolate-factory owner in this buoyant romantic comedy starring Benoit Poelvoorde and Isabelle Carré. Angélique Delange (Carré) can work wonders with chocolate, but her bashful nature prevents her from sharing her gift with others. Meanwhile, Jean-René Van Den Hugde (Poelvoorde) has recently launched his own chocolate company. Though he deals in sweets, Jean-René's intense fear of women continually sours his personal interactions with the opposite sex. Though most women in Jean-René's factory simply see him as off-putting, Angélique begins to see another side of him after being hired on as a sales associate. When Jean-René attempts to conquer his crippling shyness by inviting Angélique to dinner, both realize that love is in the air and that they might actually be able to grab onto it if they could just learn to let go of their inhibitions.
businessperson, chef, romance, shyness, chocolate