The kitchen is where a woman’s place is. The kitchen is also what you should stay out of, if you can’t stand the heat. Both those phrases are appropriate to The Kitchen – but in fact the title refers to Hell’s Kitchen, a rough New York area traditionally home to working-class Irish-Americans. Nowadays of course it’s been gentrified, like all of Manhattan – but the film takes place in the 70s, when the streets were still gritty, and the period setting is relevant in another way too: this was a time when a woman faced harassment in the street (random guys calling “Hey baby!”) and...
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