A BBC documentary from 2010 with British food writer and restaurant critic William Sitwell
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The BBC with their sublime documentaries is for me an example why I think public broadcasting should exist. A documentary should also be critical sometimes. And the public broadcasters are for many reasons better in it. But it should also leave you with your own choice of an opinion.
In this documentary William has a critical view on the Michelin Stars and how the chefs react on it. I also don't understand the reasons why a certain restaurant gets a star and why the other doesn't. And why is it so important for a chef. The documentary doesn't give you an answer but leaves you the space to create your own opinion.
William is allowed to offer his help at a 2 michelin star restaurant and he asks himself the question; what am I doing in the end? I was just preparing food... A perspective statement!
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