Melbourne based feminist zine, Eat If You’re Hungry, and local filmmaker, Gianna Mazzeo, have collaborated on a distasteful film that tests the female relationship with eating. It strives to break down the societal expectations placed upon women surrounding what we eat; how much we eat; and how we eat it, by exposing viewers to unsavoury images of women abandoning etiquette at the dinner table. Once free of these restrictions and consequent judgements, the women erupt and overflow with creativity.