Jiro Dreams of Sushi

85 years old, working.  No intentions to stop.
From absolutely nothing to a 3 star Michelin Restaurant. (highest rating)
70 years of repetition to create a perfect technique.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi was 1 hour and 23 minutes of pure jaw dropping inspiration.
I really hate using that word so much these days, but to watch an 85 year old man create the best sushi in the world, is well, inspiring.  I recommend this movie to anyone looking for a good eye-opening film.

Plus I love Sushi.  To see the proccess this man goes through to create the perfect peice each and everytime is beyond respectable.  Sushi can be seen 2 ways.  Fast and mediocre or expensive and delicate.  Sushi has grown to be extremely popular and to watch the best in the world is something else.

The movie is short, and I don’t want to ruin anything.  All I’m going to say is this was one of the best, if not THE best documentaries I’ve ever seen.

“I’ll continue to climb trying to reach the top…but no one knows where the top is!”

-samseto

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