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Topic - Ferran Adrià
Spain's famous elBulli restaurant will temporarily reopen later this year as renowned chef-owner Ferran Adria trains actors for a movie based on his iconic but shuttered eatery.
The man who ran El Bulli, the world's most acclaimed restaurant, for 30 years has stepped down from the culinary foundation he headed because of illness, the restaurateur's family said in a statement.
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The location is still being determined, Adria told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Adria said he insisted on training the actors in return for his participation in the production of the film.