Ants on a Shrimp
One of the world's best restaurant, the Copenhagen based NOMA and its renowned chef-owner René Redzepi relocate the restaurant and its entire staff to Tokyo.
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★★★½ review by amyjackson on Letterboxd
an extended version of "chef's table" basically, with more swearing and really hot Scandinavians (shoutout to Lars)
wish they had more scenes of them out exploring Japan and finding ingredients, that was my fav
also got mildly annoyed with people in the cinema that made sounds of disgust when animals were killed / prepared, mostly because I assume they had already tucked into two-three meat based meals already that day (sorry if everyone there was a vegetarian but lbr they probably weren't), where u think your hamburgers come from? that kind of hypocs always grinds my gearz even as someone who is (currently) choosing to eat meat
★★★½ review by ZlatkoGR on Letterboxd
το ξέρω, θα σας φανεί τρελό, αλλά εγώ άνετα έτρωγα το entrée με τη [ζωντανή] γαρίδα με τα [ψόφια] μυρμήγκια
★★★★ review by cinemagazine on Letterboxd
"‘Ants on a Shrimp’ is een fascinerende documentaire van Hollandse bodem die hongerig maakt en onmiskenbaar in de smaak zal vallen."
★★★½ review by Rachel on Letterboxd
SO TENSE. Such a strange point to end the film on.
★★★½ review by Lucy Augustine on Letterboxd
"Every day at Fleur De Lis we fly in the surviving cast members of It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. We lock them in a lightless vault 80 feet below the main dining room and we give them each a jar with three fireflies!"
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