112 minutes


Comedy, Drama



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Acclaimed chef Carl Casper remains unfulfilled in his job, frustrated at being refused the opportunity to be creative in the dishes he serves. Pressured by his boss to prepare a meal for a food critic which goes against his instincts, Carl quits after an embarrassing public confrontation is caught on camera and shared via social media. Finally free to do his own thing, Carl decides to reunite with his ex-wife Inez, accepting her invitation to Miami, where he spends quality time with his son Percy. Together, along with Carl’s friend Martin, the father and son set up a food truck and travel across the country serving authentic Cuban cuisine to delighted crowds. ‘Chef’ sees actor-director Jon Favreau returns to his indie roots in an uplifting film which celebrates doing what you love.

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15 Classification

Strong language, moderate sex references.

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