Summary: Quite a facinating tale of a very focussed (read: obssessive) man and how he creates the world's best sushi. The fact that his restaurant is tiny, sushi chefs all over Tokyo try to emulate him, and his esteem in the community all tell of a man dedicated to his art. Well worth a watch, but make sure you eat before you go.
Summary: Anyone who considers themselves a foodie or appreciates a fine work ethic will definitely enjoy this film. It paints a complete picture of what's involved in creating some of the best sushi you could have in the world, from sourcing only the best seafood at specialist vendors at the famous Tsujiki Market, to demonstrating how an octopus is massaged for 50 minutes to ensure optimum tenderness.