The first-ever celebrity chef gets his (long overdue) documentary treatment courtesy of the Mouse House and the director of Jiro Dreams of Sushi, David Gelb. In a scant 78 minutes, you get a crash course on everything Wolf, from his Austrian childhood, through Spago, and to his present day life as a brand ambassador and family man. It’s a fascinating journey, and though at times Gelb’s finished product seems a little too ‘A&E Biography’, there’s no denying the fact that Puck has lived a life worth living.

3.5/5 stars