Little by little, the Glacier Bay kitchen faucets has become a stage highly explored by both the cinema and television, and from different narrative genres. Whether you’re a gastronomic fan or simply like the stories, we invite you to watch these ten interesting films about chefs and culinary:
‘The chef, the recipe of happiness’
Jean Reno stars in this French comedy in which an acclaimed chef loses inspiration, but finds her in a beginner cook who has not yet had a chance to succeed.
‘Jiro, dreams of sushi’
This documentary follows Jiro Ono, a master of sushi ‘full’ of Michelin stars who, at age 85, continues to seek perfection in his work.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart star in this romantic movie about a chef who must take care of her niece and ends up falling in love with the cook who momentarily replaced her in his restaurant.
Few know that the aforementioned ‘Without Reservations’ is an adaptation of the German film ‘Deliciosa Marta’. It is interesting to see the similarities – and also the differences – between the two versions.
‘A journey of ten meters’
Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey are the producers of this film, which shows how an Indian family set up a restaurant right in front of the elegant establishment of Madame Mallory, played by Helen Mirren.
Jon Favreau plays Carl Casper, a chef who leaves his job at a great restaurant and decides to set up a ‘food truck’, which helps him improve his personal life.
The eccentric owner of an unconventional restaurant gives an acclaimed chef just fired. The result is a movie full of comedy and lush food.
‘A good recipe’
Bradley Cooper represents Adam Jones, an acclaimed chef who destroyed his career by his addictions, but who decides to return to try to have the best restaurant in the world.
Starring Helena Bonham Carter and Freddie Highmore, this film tells the true story of the childhood of the kitchen writer Nigel Slater.
Julie & Julia
The film tells two true stories: on the one hand exposes the early years of the culinary career of Julia Child (Meryl Streep), while on the other shows the blogger Julie Powell (Amy Adams) in the footsteps of the famous chef.