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Foodie film alert: Trattoria, a gentle satire of the restaurant biz

Here in Toronto, Chef Grant Soto has been gleefully skewering the pretensions of the restaurant scene for some time now. In San Francisco, it seems they’ve opted for a kinder, gentler mode of satire. Indie flick Trattoria, which screened at the Sonoma International Film Festival, follows the trials of a couple opening a new restaurant, dealing with critics and connecting with their culinary roots (or something). No word yet on a Toronto screening. [Eater]

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