It's more than a simple documentary about a sushi chef. Listening to Jiro speak is like listening to a wise elderly man passing down insightful stories. The film shows his kitchen crew (sons included) preparing the food, and all the attention to detail that goes into it. It's not just fascinating because you learn about the making of sushi and where it all comes from, but the people who devote their lives to making it. They don't just work for money, they work for the love of their work.
It isn't merely just shots of plates holding sushi, this is a beautifully shot and edited piece of filmmaking.
It's available for instant streaming on Netflix.