It’s just the beginning of April…The temperature rises to 85° in Florida. To visit one of the springs will be an ideal option for the weekends! I did not do any watersports(I was filled with regrets,though) when I was there. My mind was seized by the springs. My eyes could not turn away. I was not able to escape from the beauty of water, never.
Screenshot: Chocolates and Valentine
(Do you feel that the one in the middle look like the lips, requesting a kiss. My mouth’s watering…)
Let us take a look at the subjects that were interviewed and filmed…I like the way that they dressed up a little to slightly dramatize the scene. And the “stage settings” are kinda special, aren’t they?
Screenshot: The Cacao God
The Maya honored the Cacao God. Cacao was believed to be the seeds of wisdom. The drink made from it is magical. Take some when you become nervous, upset and fatigued (We all know it works^o^).
And scientifically, chocolate does make you feel love.
Screenshot: Chocolate stimulates the release of PEA.
Maybe these old ads can bring back some memories.
Screenshots: Chocolate and Modern Industries.
Part1 on this film:https://lin2012.wordpress.com/2015/02/16/funny-facts-about-chocolate-part1/
Screenshot from this episode : Chocolate and Roses
If I am the host, I will open with this: Let me introduce you to our legendary hero Chocolate from the old time to our day! It has a role in so many things you may not know. I will show you my notes(from the film).
1.Chocolate gets you drunk
2.Chocolate invented counterfeiting
3.Chocolate sunk the spanish empire
4.Chocolate can save the rainforest
5.Chocolate invented the weekend
6.Chocolate wins wars
7. Chocolate keeps you safe
8.Chocolate invented microwave oven
Basically, this film throws out a fresh point in every section and seeks historical facts to support it. Stories all revolve around the points above.
Screenshots: The Cacao fruit, alien shape
ERRRR…Stickyyyy… It is a smart way to make things clear by presenting the cross section of the fruit. This illustration is very descriptive. You may have an idea of which part we normally take from the cacao fruit.