In a new Detroit Free Press story about “Coldwater Kitchen,” restaurant critic Lyndsay C. Green writes that if were to list “the ingredients of the film as though it were a recipe,” its story would be equal parts incarceration and culinary arts.

“Against the backdrop of timely political conversations on prison reform, ‘Coldwater Kitchen’ captures the complexities of incarceration and the criminal justice system,” Green writes. “And with cinematic imagery of handmade pasta dishes, plump lobster claws, fresh oysters and farm-grown produce, the film evidences the ways in which cooking skills can garner life-altering opportunities in prison and beyond.”

Check out the full story here.