#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A symphony of meat and fire, Barbecue shows us how an everyday ritual is shared by cultures around the world, as a way to celebrate community, friendship, and tradition. A film told in 13 languages, from Texas to the Syrian border, from ‘Shisanyama’ to ‘Lechon’, Barbecue is a film about the simple truths in life that bring people together, and how barbecue is a path to salvation.
Plot: Barbecue is about more than grilling a piece of meat. It’s a ritual performed religiously across the world. For some it’s a path to salvation. It is the pride of nations. And the stories told around the fires become a way to bring the world together.
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A great watch
I really enjoyed this documentary. It’s hard to put into words but I believe in the barbecue bringing people, families and cultures together. This documentary was spiritual and educational all in one. Well worth watching.
Barbecue is a Scrumptious World Tour
Barbecue was extremely well-received in its world premiere at SXSW in, (where else would you premiere a BBQ movie?), but in Austin, Texas. It was beautiful filmed as the film makers ate their way around the planet to explore the BBQ traditions on 6 continents in Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Japan, Mongolia, Jordan (among Syrian refugees), Armenia, Sweden, South Africa, Texas, Mexico and Uruguay. While each was unique in its cultural traditions and rituals for flame-cooking meet, there was something deeply primordial about the idea of humans cooking meeting. The specific methods of preparation differed from country-to-country, but the core experience was shared and universal. The experience is a communal one that brings together families and friends the world over. The process seemed to be one that binds communities together.
Barbecue is beautiful filmed so that you can almost smell the meet cooking over the flame and almost taste it. In a world where human beings often seem so deeply divided, BBQ is a tradition that unifies people. I honestly don’t understand vegetarians who choose to reject this essential element of human existence. I hope that folks get to enjoy this luscious charming documentary about one of world’s best culinary experiences.
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Director Matthew Salleh
Actors Lwazi Dlaminilf, Rufo ‘Junny’ Servado, Katsunori Yashima
Country Australia, Armenia, Japan, Jordan, Mexico, Mongolia, New Zealand, Philippines, South Africa, Sweden, United States, Uruguay
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