Noma – at Boiling Point
Restaurant Noma in Copenhagen has recently been ranked number one by world-renowned chefs, food critics, and leading restaurant owners.
NOMA AT BOILING POINT delves into the restaurant’s kitchen to reveal a harsh and relentless atmosphere. This fly-on-the-wall documentary follows the daily drama in the kitchen over six busy, turbulent months. Since completion of filming, Noma has climbed from number ten to number one restaurant in the world. Request a screener of this film to discover the world’s best restaurant in the making.
Head chef René Redzepi pursues his unique vision and culinary talent with military precision while exploring the tastes and flavours of the Nordic Region. The thirty-year-old son of a bus driver and a cleaner, Redzepi found his way to catering school by accident and never looked back.
At Noma, International chefs and former prison inmates work side-by-side in the pursuit of world-class cooking. “It’s like in the military, but this time it’s not some jerk shouting at me,” says Robert Petersen, a body-builder with a violent past. Working 70 to 80 hours a week, the restaurant’s staff is under constant pressure to give guests a unique experience, as nothing less than perfect is accepted by Redzepi.