It was a very well done and balanced film.
I found it to be very inspiring, Jiros smile and dedication to his craft are highly infectious.
The chef shares moments of his childhood with brutal honesty and also shares his sense of humor at times.
The scenes showing the trips to tsukiji in the morning were very fun to watch and felt almost like you were there. All I can really say is if you're into this sorta thing and given the opportunity ya gotta watch it. Heck, I wanna catch it again. Also the Q&A with the director was cool, seems like a cool dude and lover of sushi.