Strange Food Scene In Movie
Last Saturday I saw one of the oddest food scenes in a movie. In the 1986 film The Longshot Tim Conway is grilling steaks in the back of a station wagon. The car fills up with smoke and he and the three other passengers open the doors after almost being asphyxiated. Who has ever done this in the history of automobiles? The only expanation for this behavior is that it was raining. Actually the scene was sort of funny in an odd way, (as was the movie.)
Rolls-Royces in the first part of the last century had an option for the driver of the 'staff' car to have a flat plate on the engine to allow cooking on the engine surface for outdoor picnics and the like. Was lucky enough to be served a cooked item from the engine compartment once, and was cooked perfectly.
Tim Conway >> comedic actor >> appears in comedic films >> premise of comedy: unexpected behavior and/or exaggerated reactions.
If this scene appeared in a documentary or a dramatic film then it would need broader explanation of context. It's a comedy (possibly not a very good one) so it needs no further explanation.