The Bear Minimum 08-04
Like any master of the art, Jiro, who is 85, can show you how a trick works, let you see the details, and yet it still mystifies anyway. That is the hallmark of true magic. But while other magicians work with top hats and rabbits, Jiro works with sushi. His restaurant, a tiny, 10-seat spot in a Tokyo subway station, is widely acclaimed as home to the greatest sushi in the world. There is nothing in David Gelb's lovingly obsessive documentary "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" that dispels that notion.
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