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Boiling Point (2021)

A head chef balances multiple personal and professional crises at a popular restaurant in London.
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Antonio Matei
January 8, 2022
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Boiling Point (2021): A Brilliant One-Shot Film About Mental Health in the Hospitality Industry

Boiling Point (2021) presents itself as the perfect tool for raising awareness about current problems that every bar and restaurant worker must suffer in their day-to-day life. Philip Barantini paints a very vivid portrait of the hospitality industry and the stress suffered by all chefs, bartenders, dishwashers, and everyone who takes part in offering a great experience to the customer. Lately, it seems like the continuous shot has become a trend in filmmaking. There are several movies edited to appear as one shot, such as: Birdman (2014), 1917 (2019) or Gaspar Noé’s Irreversible (2002) and Enter the Void (2009). Nevertheless, there are few of them which are an actual single take, for instance, the recent Japanese project One Cut of the Dead (2017)
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A head chef balances multiple personal and professional crises at a popular restaurant in London.

Rating:R
Genre:Thriller, Drama
Directed By:Philip Barantini
Written By:Philip Barantini, James Cummings
In Theaters:11/19/2021
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Runtime:92 minutes
Studio:Ascendant Films, Burton Fox Films, Saban Films, Three Little Birds Pictures

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