There is a ton of buzz around "Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain". Here is where you can check it out for yourself.

The hottest documentary in the country is the incredible life story of Chef and TV host, Anthony Bourdain, who tragically took his own life in June of 2018. As we all know, he transcended his television show and being a chef. He became a total rock star, and a cultural icon and this movie explores why he was so unique, what made him tick, and how his death impacted so many people all over the world.

“Roadrunner” is playing to packed movie houses, but since it is a documentary, it has a very limited release. It will stream on HBO Max and CNN following its theatrical run, but since that could be a bit of a wait, there are several options for you to see the film here in Maine.

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain is currently playing at these theatres:

Colonial Theatre
163 High Street, Belfast

Daily at 3:40 & 7:10

Strand Theatre
345 Main St., Rockland

Daily at 3:00 & 7:00

Railroad Square Cinema
17 Railroad Square, Waterville

Daily at 2:20, 4:40 &7:00 Additional Saturday & Sunday showing at 12 noon

Patriot,Nickelodeon Cinema 1-6
1 Temple Street, Portland

Daily at 1:30,4:00, 6:45& 9:20

The film is Rated R and has a running time of 1 Hour 58 minutes

You may remember when Bourdain visited Maine on his show No Reservations during, Season 6 Episode 12, which aired on April 12, 2010. Anthony and his crew picked their favorite Maine restaurants. In no particular order, they enjoyed:

• Js Oyster. 5 Portland Pier. Portland, ME.
• Street & Co. 33 Wharf St. Portland, ME.
• Primo Restaurant. 2 Main St. Rockland, ME.
• Conte's 1894 Restaurant. 148 S Main St. Rockland, ME.
• Spring Creek Bar-B-Q. 26 Greenville Rd. Monson, ME.

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