On an $8,000 budget and limited resources, a dream came true.
A colourful picture of hot romance, big dreams that surely come true, hope giver and motivation that has an unexpected happy ending is the shortest description one can give to COOK-OFF, Zimbabwe’s First movie to be on Netflix.
There are no doubts that the COOK OFF crew surely deserved to be on the Netflix platform after cooking their drama. Among them are individuals namely Tendai Chitima, Tehn Diamond, Chirikure, Jesse Mungoshi, Eugen Chimbudzi and Eddie Sandifolo.
The art is about a woman who strongly believes in her dream of naturally being the best cook against the fact that people couldn’t believe her. Her dream only cost her faith and confidence in herself to get her to the top by becoming the best over experienced chefs. Bottom line is it takes you to pursue your dream because instincts surely don’t lie.
Movie producer Njangu expressed joy and optimism about the movie and said:
“We’ll be announcing the release date very soon. We can’t wait to share this feel-good movie with the world. At first, we were worried about releasing it during the current pandemic but then decided that people might appreciate the distraction and entertainment.
We’ve been lucky to be able to screen the film in a number of countries around the world, including at festivals in South Africa, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Botswana, and Zambia. We’ve also screened at festivals in the US, the UK, France, Belgium, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, and the Netherlands, which is where we had our international premiere,”
It can’t be ignored that the dreamer was fondly in love with her husband and had a son as well. Family is definitely a part of a woman and can never be an obstacle in obtaining greater things but rather motivation.
The movie surely takes us through a road of romance, hard work and confidence then leaves us at a poin of happiness as the dreamer wins the competition majority of best chefs.
Watch the official trailer on Youtube
The Movie available On Netflix Subscription