"Jiro Dreams of Sushi" is a documentary about the 85-year old sushi chef, 小野 二郎 (Ono Jirou), a man who lives to perfect the art of making wonderful sushi in his 3-star restaurant. But it is also the story of his sons, both sushi chefs, obligated to take over their father's restaurant after his demise. Jirou-san watches his customers intently, constantly pursuing perfection in his work, looking for any sign of delight or displeasure, looking for any improvement... but everyone's taste is different, isn't it? So what one thinks is amazing may not be liked at all by another... so is this all in vain? Is there such a thing as perfection in food? Does he have unrealized dreams? Do his sons wish for another life?
Watch "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" for free on PBS until Jan. 22! Just two days left to see this amazing documentary without having to pay anything. <3 Netflix usually also features this documentary, so if you miss the deadline and have Netflix anyways, you can watch it there too.