Kitchen is a 1966 feature-length underground film directed by Andy Warhol and Ronald Tavel, and starring Edie Sedgwick, Rene Ricard, Tavel, Roger Trudeau, David McCabe, Donald Lyons, and Electrah. The entire film takes place in the New York City kitchen of Bud Wirtschafter, the sound man. According to the WarholStars website, the film was made in late May 1965 and premiered March 3, 1966 at the Film-makers' Cooperative in New York City.
Louie (Jordan Chan) is a Hong Kong hairdresser who lives with his transsexual mother Emma (Law Kar-Ying). He visits a remote Chinese province to attend the funeral of a former client where he encounters the deceased’s beautiful but enigmatic granddaughter, Aggie (Yasuko Tomita). After discovering that the emotionally traumatised young woman is spending most of her time sleeping on the kitchen floor of an apartment block that is scheduled for demolition, Louie takes her home and an unusual relationship develops between these two lonely souls.
Kaboul Kitchen is a French comedy television series broadcast by Canal+. It was created by Marc Victor, Allan Mauduit and Jean-Patrick Benes. The series is based on the true story of Radio France Internationale journalist Marc Victor, who ran a restaurant for French expatriates in Kabul until 2008. The first series premiered on February 15, 2012 on Canal+ and ended on March 5, 2012. It set a ratings record for comedy series in the primetime slot on Canal+. A second series of 12 episodes aired in France in 2014.