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The first image we see in “Chef Flynn” is the star of the documentary, Flynn McGarry, walking, almost frolicking, through a forest. He looks young, making playtime understandable, showcasing a juvenile spirit as he treks through greenery. However, unlike most youngsters connecting with nature, Flynn quickly turns around, spying some plants he’d like to add to a dinner dish, snapping out of his leisurely haze to focus intently on a piece of his culinary puzzle. It’s a curveball moment from director Cameron Yates, and the last he’s willing to throw at the audience, preferring to stay in a journalistic comfort zone with “Chef Flynn,” which only aims to celebrate the subject and his incredible talents, not challenge his impressively bizarre life. Read the rest at


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