Here at First Course, we have all sorts of food-related dreams (and a few about the Voltaggio brothers, thrown in for good measure). However, nighttime thoughts about a singular food style are not really our bag. Instead, we'll leave the evening images to a expert, which is why we're so excited for the upcoming (cult blockbuster?!) film, Jiro Dreams of Sushi.
The movie will highlight the life of 85-year-old sushi master, Jiro Ono, and his Michelin-starred 10-seat restaurant located in a Tokyo subway station. The film is sure to include stunning shots of Ono's exquisitely fresh fish and a behind-the-mat look at what it takes to become recognized as one of the world's best sushi craftsman.
Jiro Dreams of Sushi opens in NYC on March 9. We'll eagerly await the Freudian review.