Don't go hungry when you see the documentary film Jiro Dreams of Sushi. And if you love sushi (as I do), make tracks to see it. At the very least, it will give you an appreciation of why it takes years to learn how to make great sushi and what it can be like when it's done by the best. It's also an engaging portrait of Japan's most celebrated sushi master.
The film, in Japanese with English subtitles, opens today in New York and in other cities nationwide later this month.
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