Sat 15 September 2018 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cinemateque - Shprintsak Street 2, Tel Aviv,
A cinematic encounter with Ayelet Eidelberg, anthropologist, researcher of cultures and religions, travel editor in the material world and the spiritual world.
The eye eats before the mouth, it is more fun to eat a little of many kinds, the raw materials must be excellent and the preparation is as meticulous as it is. With these opening figures, it is no surprise that Japanese food is considered one of the best in the world, an exceptional culinary and design experience. Japanese food and gourmet restaurants, aesthetic and philosophical principles in food preparation, and Japanese education, which is reflected in the process and the result. In preparing food in Japan, you can find all the components of the Japanese mentality and way of life.
The film will be screened:
The Raman Girl (USA / Japan 2008)
Director: Robert Allen Ackerman,
Game: Brittany Murphy, Toshiyuki Nishidhap, Blancard Tami, Man Gabriel,
117 min, English / Japanese, Hebrew subtitles
In a small restaurant in a small suburb of Tokyo, one girl is about to discover the recipe for happiness.
A young woman finds herself in Tokyo after being unexpectedly abandoned by her boyfriend, lost in a foreign environment and culture, my father comforting herself with frequent visits to the local Raman restaurant, a small place famous for its original noodle soup. With every dish the chef serves, the dishes change mysteriously, and after witnessing the sorcerer’s effect, my father becomes convinced that the real course of her life is to become a chef chef. But this is a journey full of drama, frustration and tears, until the day comes when my father learns that the strait Which is essential in the preparation of the ramen, must come from the heart.
Brittany Murphy (Klux) starring in this playful and delightful story about life, love and the perfect bowl of noodles.