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“Forget Masterchef. This is the culinary Hurt Locker.”
Herald Scotland

“Gripping, even for non-foodies. It’s not revealing too much to say that a disaster precipitates some of the pic’s most affecting moments.”
Variety

“This is no MasterChef-style cook-off…The tension is almost unbearable.”
Sydney Morning Herald

“I never saw so many strong men sobbing at once.”
The Guardian

“[G]astroporn of the highest quality…the last moments were as thrilling as any Olympic final. Who would have thought that the fate of a sugar sculpture could be heart-stopping? Exquisite.”
The Independent

“leaves viewers on the edge of their seats.”
The LA Times


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Intriguing, Mouthwatering, Irresistible,” says Kenneth Turan in his review Los Angeles Times.

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CRITICS’ PICK! You’ll bite your nails and lick your lips!” New York Magazine

“Without being flip, the filmmakers endeavor to expose absurdity (can there really be that much nuance to the perfect cream puff?) and encourage skepticism, especially around the variables of judging.” Boston Globe

“It’s a good bet any cocky contestant on Top Chef would keel over from the rigors of the challenge, the rituals of which are treated with fervent concentration by these meticulous artistes with their piping bags and spun-sugar sculptures…” Entertainment Weekly

“As satisfying as pain au chocolat.” The Washington Post

“How exciting can a cooking movie be? As it turns out really exciting!” Kansas City Star

“Rigor required, cream puffs need not apply.” The New York Times

“It makes the Food Network look like reheated leftovers in comparison…” The Village Voice

“Forget MasterChef. This is the culinary Hurt Locker.” Herald Scotland

“Gripping, even for non-foodies. It’s not revealing too much to say that a disaster precipitates some of the pic’s most affecting moments.” Variety

“…mouthwatering, heart-stopping…” GQ magazine

“This is no MasterChef-style cook-off…The tension is almost unbearable.” Sydney Morning Herald

“I never saw so many strong men sobbing at once.” The Guardian

“[G]astroporn of the highest quality…the last moments were as thrilling as any Olympic final. Who would have thought that the fate of a sugar sculpture could be heart-stopping? Exquisite.” The Independent

“Irresistible…a total delight.” Los Angeles Times



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