THE FILM ABOUT SWISS CHOCOLATE
This movie about Swiss chocolate, produced by CHOCOSUISSE during the year 2004, is documenting the past and present of the Swiss chocolate industry in quite an entertaining and amusing way.
Three rascals are plotting to steal the largest chocolate bunny in town from Chocolatier Benoît. But things turn out differently. Instead of Viktor holding Benoît’s attention in a conversation, Viktor is spellbound by Benoît, who tells him all about the pioneers of the Swiss chocolate industry and their inventions. Benoît explains to Viktor the process of making chocolate from A to Z. Incidentally, it’s a plot full of suspense. Whether the three lads reach their goal remains a mystery right up to the end.
The picture "An Almost Perfect Plan" was awarded an "Edi" by the Federal Department of home affaires in the category "Corporate" for being one of the best commissioned productions. The film’s scenes were shot in the nostalgic confectionery shop "Goldapfel" in Einsiedeln.
The chocolate film is available to teachers and students as a DVD in five languages (original version which is in the Swiss dialect, German, English, French and Italian) and as a video. It runs for just a little over 19 Minutes. This movie is for schools available and can be ordered on the page Instruction material.
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