Boiling Point is a 2021 drama movie directed by Philip Barantini and starring Stephen Graham.
An outstanding one-shot film that takes the audience behind the scenes of a high end restaurant. A definite “must watch”.
‘Boiling Point’ follows a Chef and his team during their hectic evening shift at a renowned restaurant, and will lead the viewers to witness to the conflicting stories of its staff and diners.
As a viewer it is an immersive cinematic experience, which is worth watching on a TV set, but it makes one wonder how much more impactful the viewing experience would be in a movie theater. The narrative structure is well executed, and the one-shot filming is impressively well choreographed, the lighting is impeccable, and the performances are all too convincing. We most certainly recommend this movie. It is one of a kind in contemporary cinema.
“Even at its most far-fetched, ‘Boiling Point’ retains an essential sense of integrity thanks to the honest, urgent presence of star Stephen Graham”Guy Lodge: Variety
“[It] may be anchored by Graham’s superbly kinetic performance but ultimately proves a team effort. The nimble, naturalistic performers are uniformly terrific”Gary Goldstein: Los Angeles Times
Movie title: Boiling Point
Movie description: A normal evening in a classy restaurant will lead us to the conflicting stories of its staff and diners.
Date published: July 26, 2022
Country: United Kingdom
Director(s): Philip Barantini
Actor(s): Stephen Graham, Jason Flemyng, Ray Panthaki, Hannah Walters, Izuka Hoyle, Vinette Robinson, Áine Rose Daly, Lourdes Faberes
When the whole team puts its heart and soul into a project, we can only applaud and acknowledge its obvious merit. Moreover, Boiling Point is one of a kind in contemporary cinema both in relation to its cinematography and the performances of its cast.
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