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At the beginning, I thought this movie was gonna be messed up because of the fact a handsome Australian character 'Geoff' was acting as Gordan Ramsey. Although I honestly loved his jokes and having being a good chef to the others. The actor really had a smart way of pretending to be a typical Australian guy, it really suited his character.
Fair enough, being in a restaurant is challeging but it really does tell you how much a job can put you with a huge amount of stress.
As the movie went on, we see another handsome Czech character Pavel who was like a Guardian Angel with such patience and had so much love for Geoff. The pair of boys had really great chemistry together.
I honestly wish RTE could broadcast this fantastic series again as you normally don't see Gay shows in Ireland which is such a pity!
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