Noma: My Perfect StormHD Closed Captioning
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About the Movie
Creative genius René Redzepi is renowned as one of the world’s best chefs. His restaurant Noma was voted best restaurant in the world four times. He has been credited with revolutionizing the food world with his radical take on classic cuisine. Explore his universe with unprecedented access into his kitchen as he strives to achieve perfection and concoct bold, exciting dishes for diners from around the world.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 18
- Fresh: 10
- Rotten: 8
- Average Rating: 5.9/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Less a documentary than a glittering souvenir, but it's still a record of a legend.
Rotten: Deschamps never ventures below the surface of Redzepi's wildly successful experiment, and while the pictures are pretty, no one judges food on appearance alone.
Rotten: I've never seen a restaurant documentary that seemed less interested in showing the joy of food.
Fresh: Food is not an inherently cinematic subject, being fundamentally about the sense of taste rather than that of sight. But, in its own terms, this doco isn't too bad at all.
A foodie’s valentine
This very well might be the must-see food documentary of the year. Without a doubt, one of the most influential chefs on the planet. He changed and continues to change the world.
not as good as being there, but close!
Let’s face it, i’m not going to make it to Noma. But this movie got me in the doors. Food aficionados will need to see this.
Good but not Great
Wasn't sure what to expect really. I figured that of course it wouldn't be all food, but expected a little more. It was extremely insightful about the roughest year Noma has endured. I think I just expected to much, but I would still recommend to any of my chef friends who follow Chef Rene.