TV2 at 9 pm and Yle Areena
“Kok obesity is only explained by the fact that he eats the portions returned to the kitchen, ”says the restaurant critic in a warm-hearted – yes – only – drama comedy Chef.
Pulskahko, the chef, is played by the director, producer and screenwriter Jon Favreau. In gastronomic matters, he was assisted by a gourmet guru in food truck culture Roy Choi.
The sympathetic project of obviously food-loving Favreau gives the language of water its uplifting support for even a few delicacies.
Favreau is also a smart producer and a heartfelt entertainer, whose film surprises at the plot level even in its finals.
The story’s chef Carl Casper lives apart from his wife but is on good terms with this one. Ex-Mrs Inez (Sofia Vergara) is a beautiful and rich Cuban who is patient with a man’s foreboding.
Parents share a common concern with their child, 12-year-old Percy (Emjay Anthony), feelings, needs and future.
Chef is also emphatically also a description of generation and growth as well as a commentator on communication. Percy creates a Twitter account for his father, with which he responds to the food critic. The chain of events that escalates from posting changes many lives.
In addition to admiring the food, the film almost forces you to dance and sing, so irresistibly Cuban rhythms and New Orleans music sound and bring the milieus to life as the taco truck travels around the South. And Austin is calling Gary Clark Jr.
Narratively, only coercion in adult relationships is blocked.
The restaurant owner presents Dustin Hoffman and a food critic Oliver Platt.