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Steak (R)evolution (2014)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 5 November 2014 (France)
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Gourmet road trip looking for the best steak in the world. Breeders, farmers, butchers, cooks, historians and business men all around the world (France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, UK,... See full summary »

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Franck Ribière

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Credited cast:
Jacques Abbatucci Jacques Abbatucci ... Breeder, Butcher and Chef
Mario de Beni Arrigoni Mario de Beni Arrigoni ... Animal Scientist San Pablo University
Marcos Bassi Marcos Bassi ... Owner Templo da Carne, Brasil
Joe Beef Joe Beef ... Himself, Montreal, Canada
Michel Bras Michel Bras ... 3 Star Michelin Chef, France
Sebastien Bras Sebastien Bras ... 3 Star Michelin Chef, France
Bill Cavanaugh Bill Cavanaugh ... Butcher, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Lucien Conquet Lucien Conquet ... Butcher, Laguiole, France
Christian Constant Christian Constant ... Chef 1 Michelin Star, Salers, France
Matthias Dahlgren Matthias Dahlgren ... 2 Star Michelin Chef, Sweden
Terao Daisuke Terao Daisuke ... Official Slaughterhouse Representative, Kobe, Japan
Hendrik Dierendonck Hendrik Dierendonck ... Butcher, Belgium
Atushi Ebara Atushi Ebara ... Chef Satou Restaurant, Tokyo, Japan
Jean Guy Godbout Jean Guy Godbout ... Breeder, Canada
José Gordon José Gordon ... Breeder, Chef 'La Rubia Gallega', Leon, Spain
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Gourmet road trip looking for the best steak in the world. Breeders, farmers, butchers, cooks, historians and business men all around the world (France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, UK,USA, Canada, Japan, Argentina, Brazil) help us understand the (r)evolution taking place right now and the challenges ahead. Written by Anonymous

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French | English

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5 November 2014 (France) See more »

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Good content, bad directing
5 April 2017 | by mevlana65See all my reviews

I think this documentary has rich content. But the director can't tell the story in a smooth and beautiful way. If he had shot the video and then give it to a computer program to edit and cut, he might have better results. It is very hard to concentrate on the documentary since there are random cuts and jumps between subjects and countries. and meaningless random countdown of different parts (up to 10 I guess, or 12) does not help either.


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