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La quête d'Alain Ducasse is a movie starring Alain Ducasse, Massimo Bottura, and Laurent Fabius. With 18 Michelin stars, Alain Ducasse creates restaurants for our times, builds schools and pushes the boundaries of his profession....

Gilles de Maistre
Massimo Bottura, Alain Ducasse, François Hollande, Laurent Fabius

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Genres Documentary
Director Gilles de Maistre
Writer Eric Roux, Gilles de Maistre
Stars Massimo Bottura, Alain Ducasse, François Hollande, Laurent Fabius
Country France
Also Known As The Quest of Alain Ducasse, A Busca do Chef Ducasse, En kulinarisk resa med Alain Ducasse, アラン・デュカス 宮廷のレストラン, Alain Ducasse - kuchenne wyzwania, La Quête d'Alain Ducasse
Runtime 1 h 24 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description What is the quest of Alain Ducasse, the little boy from Landes who became the most renowned chef and culinary mentor in the world? What can a man who seems to have everything still be searching for? With 23 restaurants across the globe and 18 Michelin stars, Alain Ducasse continues to create restaurants for our times, to build schools, to push the boundaries of his profession toward new horizons with his boundless curiosity. He relentlessly travels the world: for him, cooking is an infinite universe. This public, yet secretive man agreed to be followed for two years, thereby revealing to us his perpetually evolving universe.

Top reviews

Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 14:33

There's a very interesting thing about making a film in which the main character's "hero" is gay, and the gay character is the protagonist. While the film may seem self-indulgent, and a bit too long, and it's a little bit too politically correct (there is a line in the film that pretty much sums up the entire point of the film), I really enjoyed the movie. I think that there's a lot of hidden truths about gay people in France that we don't hear a whole lot about here, but the filmmakers make them very clear. The way they use the French language is also very interesting. There's some great dialogue, and the way they filmed the interviews is very engaging. It's a very well-made film. There's some issues with it, though, that are a bit problematic. I don't know if it's because of the director, or the fact that the director was gay himself. I mean, I really liked it, and I really like that aspect of the film, but I'm not sure if that's the case with every gay person, or maybe with some gay people. The story is about a guy who's a great musician, and he's doing a book tour with a new woman. He has to make the most of the last few days in the small French town where they're staying. And there's this really good character, who he's making a deal with to do a gig. He's a really good musician, and they're going to go on a tour together, and I think the thing is, he's always playing with the person he's working with, but the person is so much more talented than he is, and it's really hard for him to deal with. So it becomes really awkward for the people in the town to have the guy playing with the people he's trying to work with. It's a very interesting situation, and I really like the film, but it's not for everyone. The acting is really good, and the directing is really good. I think it's one of those films where it's not for everyone, but it's really good for people who are interested in the subject.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 02:11

This film follows Alain Ducasse and his quest for the French Olympic Team from 1988 to 1992. Alain was born in Paris, the son of a pro football player. When he was 11, he moved to the countryside in the Basque Country to become a doctor, a profession which would require him to live in a remote area. He then became a volunteer at a rural hospital, where he has now worked for 16 years. He is also a television journalist, and works for a small French TV channel. I was intrigued by his work as I was fascinated by his youth. He also has a son with his first wife, who has since moved to Paris to start a career in the fashion industry. This film follows the entire story of his career. He has been on television many times, and travels widely to new countries. I particularly enjoyed his conversations with fellow Olympians and the history of their training. He also has a running group in France. I also enjoyed the film as it provides a wonderful story of a person who has so much passion for what he does. I am particularly impressed with the way that he overcame personal tragedy and came out of the experience with a renewed purpose. His goal is to win the gold medal for France at the Olympics. He is also a self-confessed chess player, and shares his experience in chess with the French public. He also shares with the world his thoughts on politics, such as his feeling that democracy is "a dead horse." He is also a man who is intelligent and often philosophical. He also is a man who loves his wife and children. I found the film to be informative and fascinating.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2020 22:48

This is one of the most fascinating documentaries I've ever seen. I was shocked to see how many parts were left out of this movie. This documentary is not a Hollywood movie. It's not a documentary. It's a journey through Alain Ducasse's mind, mind, and soul. It's a story about a man who has achieved something that has been unimaginable. The story is so interesting because it's so true to life. It shows how many people can become so overwhelmed by their accomplishments that they cannot see the connection between what they are doing and the people who have given them so much. It shows how much the path to a great goal has a life of its own. It shows how the person becomes so obsessed with accomplishing that they forget to be the person they were born to be. Alain Ducasse became a legend. It's amazing to see how he manages to make people laugh and feel sad at the same time. This is a documentary about a man who has an incredible story to tell. He is not a man who needs to impress you. He has a message that is meant to be heard by people who have never been touched by success. The story is so compelling because you get to know so much about the man. He is so full of life. It's so interesting to see the guy's life, how he got to where he is today, and how he is able to handle it. I don't know if Alain Ducasse could get a job without his fame, but he did. I think it's a very compelling story that should be seen by all. This is a documentary about a man who's been so busy that he has lost sight of what is important. I really enjoyed this movie and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the career of Alain Ducasse.
Tuesday, 17 Mar 2020 05:55

This is one of the most honest and revealing documentaries I've seen in the last couple of years. As with most documentaries, there are no good or bad guys, only the complexities of human behaviour. Most of the subjects interviewed were not interested in the subject matter at all. They just wanted to be interviewed, and they were, and the film's importance is that it allows the audience to see what the subjects do not want to see. It is also a good example of the post-modern approach to documentary, and the limitations of it. If this were a documentary of the 1950s, or some other time when it was a given that this would be the case, then this would be a good documentary. However, I think it's worth noting that these are the very same people who are obsessed with gender roles, and the traditional social roles that they are supposed to uphold, and who are the very ones who would be most offended if they had to do their own research about a subject, or to hear it explained to them. If you have never had a friend who is one of them, then this documentary is not for you. But if you have had friends, then this documentary is an important film, as it shows how those who are most offended by the subject matter, actually do not have a lot to complain about. It is also interesting to see that the documentary has been shown in a French university, and in fact it has been shown in several universities in France. I guess that it's also because they are not ashamed of the subject matter. And that's good.

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