Ferran Adrià is widely considered the greatest, most innovative chef in the world. In his award-winning kitchen, the familiar disintegrates before being reincarnated by his masterly, artistic touch. Each year his legendary restaurant El Bulli - hailed by the culinary world as the best in the world and holder of three Michelin stars - closed for six months while Adrià and his team retired to their Barcelona laboratory to create the coming season's menu. Anything was allowed - except copying oneself.
Before shutting its doors permanently in 2011, acclaimed documentary filmmaker Gereon Wetzel gained unprecedented access to this theatre of culinary dreams, delving under the skin of the most groundbreaking dishes ever created and the team of gastronomic alchemists behind them.
Prepare to open yourself to the brave new world of 'El Bulli'.