Jiro Dreams of Sushi
Director Erik Shirai and his team profiled a premiere producer, the 144-year-old Yoshida Brewery in northern Japan. Yoshida
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The eel which came second to last, had the lightest touch of wasabi between the fish and the rice. In one fluid motion, Jiro painted it with the sauce and put the sushi down in front of me. Eel is one of my favorite sushi dishes and I had never tasted anything like this eel before.
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Jiro Dreams of Sushi is balanced between the story of a remote and complex father and capturing the fine art of making sushi and photographing it in the immediacy of its freshness. It is also filled with surprises -- like watching how someone gets a live octopus into a plastic bag!
If you enjoy sushi, consider yourself to be a foodie or are simply fascinated by people who have mastered their craft, David Gelb's documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi should top your list of movies to see next.
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