1. Jiro Dreams of Sushi
Following the life of one of the greatest to ever do it in the sushi world, the film follows Hiro Ono. With a small sushi shop located in a subway station of Tokyo, his shop only seats a maximum of 10 people at a time. The film documents Jiro’s rise to being considered not only one of the best chefs in the sushi realm, but the culinary world as a whole. Dedicating all his time to his craft, it shows why you can be the greatest at anything if you just put your effort towards doing it.
2. Man On Wire
Back in the 1970’s a man had a dream to hang a line between the World Trade Center towers and walk from one building to the next. This documentary goes through what he had to do in order to achieve that dream. Although most people told him he was crazy, and shouldn’t go out of his way to chase his dreams, to went against those people and did it anyway. This film is a great inspiration for those who have been told that they couldn’t achieve the impossible, and should at least make an attempt at bringing those dreams to fruition.
This film follows a young girl who is in her mid teens, who will be sailing around the world. What makes the tale unique is that she will be doing it on her own, without the help of anyone else. This film will relate to anyone who has been told that they couldn’t achieve things because of their age, and goes to prove everyone wrong that has ever said “you can’t do it because you’re too young.”