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Noma My Perfect StormThe documentary is a creative journey into the unique mind of René Redzepi. Located in Copenhagen, Denmark, renowned chef René Redzepi reinvents his restaurant, Noma, to make it the best in the world.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United KingdomDuration: 100 minQuality: SDRelease: 2015IMDb: 6.2
Actors of "Noma My Perfect Storm"
Directors of "Noma My Perfect Storm"Pierre Deschamps
Creators of "Noma My Perfect Storm"Pierre Deschamps
Critic Reviews of "Noma My Perfect Storm"Seattle TimesJanuary 07, 2016
The end result is a revealing portrait of an artist wholly dedicated to his art.New York TimesDecember 17, 2015
Less a documentary than a glittering souvenir, but it's still a record of a legend.New York PostDecember 16, 2015
I've never seen a restaurant documentary that seemed less interested in showing the joy of food.Village VoiceDecember 15, 2015
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.New Zealand HeraldFebruary 16, 2017
Combining fly-on-the-wall observations, talking heads and artistic cutaways, there is enough for everyone's tastes.Radio TimesJune 09, 2016
Foremost in this fly-on-the-wall report is the fascinating contradiction of Redzepi himself, whose abrasive perfectionism appears to be prompted by the prejudice he suffered in his youth after his family moved to Denmark from humble roots in Macedonia.GuardianJune 09, 2016
Ultimately this feels a bit too much like one long advertisement for the restaurant and misses an opportunity to develop a more probing thesis ...Japan TimesJune 01, 2016
Redzepi's creations explode with color and are highly imaginative. His dishes seem less like food and more like a series of art installations.New Zealand HeraldApril 21, 2016
Any attempt to examine Redzepi's philosophy, much less interrogate the reasons for the restaurant's success (is it more than a fad or a gimmick?), is notably missing in action. In its place are pretty pictures of glistening leaves.Georgia StraightFebruary 18, 2016
Unfortunately, you learn more about his struggles, and his food, in multiple episodes of Anthony Bourdain's TV series No Reservations and The Mind of a Chef than you do in the 100 mostly flaccid minutes of Noma: My Perfect Storm.FILMINK (Australia)January 22, 2016
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.Willamette WeekJanuary 01, 2016
The film forgoes narration for a naturalistic style, putting viewers in the place they're most curious about -- the kitchen.
Gallery of "Noma My Perfect Storm"