“Sizzling Bacon” on Netflix was strange to watch. Around four minutes in, the cook’s hands appear on the screen to flip the bacon. The cook is never seen again. What happened to him? Did he die? The ending suggests that something terrible has happened. What other reason could there be to suddenly stop cooking the bacon before it has reached sizzling perfection?
Something just seems off about “Sizzling Bacon”. Even after 16 minutes (possibly longer as the movie begins with the bacon already in the pan), the bacon still looks raw. At first I thought that the footage may have been looped as the sizzling dies down and starts back up again near the 13 minute mark, but the bacon gradually changes appearance and does not convulse in any recognizable pattern. There is a possibility that the events actually unfold backwards, but that seems too artsy for a movie about bacon.
“Sizzling Bacon” was slightly disappointing as the bacon on the cover is only used as a stock image in the movie for the opening credits. Watch “Fireplace for Your Home” instead. It is more pleasing to look at than two strips of uncooked bacon.