Julia Child's life and career is being celebrated in a brand new documentary.
Julia Child didn't just enter viewers' homes -- she entered their hearts as well.
Now, Child's being remembered with a documentary titled Julia. Directed by Julie Cohen and Betsy West, the duo recently received critical acclaim for Ruth Bader Ginsburg's documentary RBG.
Their mission is simple: to pay homage to the one and only that revolutionized the way Americans approach food.
"She had an epic and amazing life, but also brought this love of food," Cohen said.
But the documentary is not only going to explore Child's journey in the kitchen. There's going to be an exclusive look at her private life, including her service during World War II.
"She was working for the OSS, which was the precursor to the CIA. She wasn't a spy, she was the office manager," West said.
Julia is now available in select theaters.