Never before did I believe a documentary about food, let alone, something that appears as simple as sushi, could bring me to tears. I came away with such an appreciation for the craft, but also an increased jealousy, knowing I'll never have that level of sushi in my life. The man is so humble and so determined to be better that it's not only about a man and his passion, but that perseverance to achieve greatness outweighs all other virtues. The last scenes make me love this man even more, as he praises all of those "beneath him." This is a must see for any fan of foodie. I'm blown away. Just like sushi, this movie's brilliance is captured in it's simplicity and it's desire for perfection.