However the taste and quality of the items sold and presented leave the members of society helpless against their religious rituals and observations and less can they do to resist the temptation of fine quality of confectionery being served by Vianne Rocher. She in a short manner masters the craft and art of chocolate making and becomes the best in town which is hard to resist.
The overall proceedings raise an eye brow in the town’s power group and it does not go well with them. The severe critic of overall idea is the mayor of town Comte De Reynaud who is not enjoying the proceedings as they take place in his community. Being against his nature, and the overall environment of the community, he is hell bent of curbing its spread since according to him, it stands against the religious preaching. He has resolved to packing the business and dealing with the owner with a fist hand. He would do anything to get the gains he is after. However Vianne has some other thoughts and she is equally resolved and devoted towards her profession and she finds nothing wrong against this profession and aims at spreading it further in the community and rejoices the people’s taste with her delicious tasted chocolates. She plans big for this and her plans find a supporting pillar when a good looking Gypsy Roux comes to the scene and both decide to arrange a grand event that would set foundations for its spread in the entire community and would give people something to cherish and enjoy in a strictly held environment of religious associations.
The timing of the mega event is of high significance and it is related and dropped at a time that coincides with the local locality’s religious beliefs. The two chose Easter Sunday for the festival which is the last thing the mayor and other opponents of the idea could have expected.
The movie is indication and message conveyer of empathy and love and