Burnt sees Bradley Cooper playing the character of an aspiring chef, which he modeled after studying their qualities on Gordon Ramsay, Marco Pierre White and Marcus Wareing. Marcus Wareing was also a consultant on the film and made sure the food was okay.

The new cooking film is in cinemas on Friday 6 November.

But is it worth seeing? Here’s everything you need to know about Burnt (15).

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At his peak, Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) was a rock star of the culinary scene in a Parisian restaurant led by legendary chef Jean-Pierre.

He then threw it all away and ruined relationships with many of the people who helped him reach those dizzying heights, including Jean-Pierre’s daughter Anne Marie (Alicia Vikander).

Determined to clean up his act and rebuild his reputation, he travels to London and recruits the best chefs he knows, including former Parisian colleagues Michel (Omar Sy) and Max (Riccardo Scamarcio), brilliant sous chef Helene (Sienna Miller ). ) and wet behind the ears David (Sam Keeley), who hopes to open a new restaurant and earn his third Michelin star.

Demons from the past return to haunt Adam as he struggles with self-doubt, loan sharks and the people he’s happily offended, including sharp-tongued food critic Simone Forth (Uma Thurman).

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