Posts Tagged comedy
To add to my previous post: If you’re in the mood for a humorous take on the positivist Time-and-Motion studies employed by Lihotzky in her research for the Frankfurt Kitchen, I highly recommend the 2003 Norwegian comedy, “Kitchen Stories”. Set in 1950’s Norway, a team of Swedish efficiency researchers are charged with the task of observing Norwegian bachelors in their kitchens. High jinks ensue.
Coming Soon: Yogurt. I promise.