A documentary about one Curtis Duffy: a master chef who leaves behind a gig at one of Chicago’s best restaurants to start his own operation in the face of daunting expectations, at the cost of his personal life, and the in the wake of unimaginable loss.
Not only is it high-class food porn of the tallest order, but it tells a surprisingly moving and affecting story that will resonate regardless of how you feel about the world of fine dining. Man, I was struggling to keep it together with this one. Also doubles as a cautionary tale and inspiring testament to everything that goes into starting your own business.
It doesn’t have enough reviews to warrant a proper Tomatometer score, but the ones that are there will back me up.