Anthony Bourdain is an acclaimed chef who has recovered from drug addiction, hosted a handful of TV shows, and written several books and novels. So yes, he’s probably done more today than you’ll do all month, and the latest Bourdain associated project coming is “Bone In The Throat,” based on his debut piece of fiction. It hits SXSW this weekend, and the first trailer has arrived.
Ed Westwick, Tom Wilkinson, Rupert Graves, Vanessa Kirby, John Hannah, Steve Mackintosh, and Andy Nyman star in the first feature from director Graham Henman about a talented young chef who is being pulled in the East End London mob scene by his uncle, and must fight to survive. So yes, it’s a pulpy tale that just happens to revolve around life in the kitchen, rather than something aiming for a more accurate view of life behind the stove.
We’ll see how many Michelin stars this one gets after it premieres tomorrow in Austin. Watch below. [Filmdrunk]