Adam Platt, Restaurant Critic and Author of "The Book of Eating"
“I've lived in Japan. I've written extensively on the food culture of Japan. This is probably the best movie I've ever seen on the topic.”
Australian International Documentary Conference | Chris Harms
"It’s as warm and satisfying as a bowl of broth, and perfect viewing for anyone who enjoys the convivial delights of shows like Midnight Diner."
POV Magazine | Madeline Lines
"While this cozy, heartwarming doc is about the artistry of an excellent bowl of soup, it is just as much about the power of community and connection."
Concrete Playground | Sarah Ward
"Culinary documentary filmmaking at its finest, examining a beloved type of dish, one talented man who has made it his life's work, and the many other lives — and tastebuds — touched along the way."
Movies For Reel | Taylor Beaumont
“Come Back Anytime is about savouring the time that we have, and about the community that savours with you when the time you have made for yourself is a product of passion, love, and play."
"Like the broth at the heart of each of those bowls, the doc is deceptively simple. Only when you dig in do you realize it’s actually refined and complex, filled with all sorts of unexpected and delightful ingredients that, together, create a magical and totally satisfying experience."
Stuff.co.nz | Graeme Tuckett
"One of the sweetest and most enjoyable films of the year. It will restore your faith in humanity."
3 Brothers Film | Aren Bergstrom
"A portrait of the ways that food can define the person that cooks it and the person that eats it and unite the two in something that would not be possible without the food in the first place."
All reviews here: www.comebackanytime.com/reviews