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(1459) 6.8 89 min 2018

Ramen Teh is a movie starring Tsuyoshi Ihara, Seiko Matsuda, and Shogen. A young man who is curious about his deceased parents' past takes a food journey to Singapore where he uncovers more than just delicious meals.

Starring
Shogen, Seiko Matsuda, Takumi Saitoh, Tsuyoshi Ihara
Genres
Drama
Director
Eric Khoo

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Eric Khoo
Stars Shogen, Seiko Matsuda, Takumi Saitoh, Tsuyoshi Ihara
Country France, Japan, Singapore
Also Known As La saveur des ramen, Ramen. Smak wspomnien, Una receta familiar (Ramen shop), Ramen Shop, Ramen Shop - Negócio de Família (2018), Kazoku No Reshipi, Doukhan Ha'Ramen, Ramen Shop - Ízek a múltból, Ramenai, Lámen Shop, 家族のレシピ, Una receta familiar, Recuerdos, amores y fideos
Runtime 1H 29M
Description A young man who is curious about his deceased parents' past takes a food journey to Singapore where he uncovers more than just delicious meals.

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Saturday, 17 Oct 2020 08:05

In the early 90s, while he was still a struggling actor, David Carradine was actually receiving decent film work. One of the roles he did in that period was "Under the Cherry Moon," a starring role in which he played a struggling actor. The film starred Tom Cruise, who had been playing the same kind of role for a couple of years when Carradine's role in the film was coming out. Carradine's role was actually so good, that it actually helped him gain some credibility and respect for the acting community. In other words, it's not like Carradine is a new face. He's been in good films like "The Prince of Egypt" and "A Night to Remember" for a while. Still, he was still an unknown actor when this film came out. So why did the film get a whole lot of acclaim? In the end, it's because the film was made for the T.V. network. They wanted to market Carradine as a guy who could be a star, so they picked this film to be a vehicle for the actor. There are some great scenes in the film, especially the scene in which Carradine is lying in the hospital and is trying to look like an old man. There are also some other scenes that are very memorable. But it's also because of the movie's very unconventional style, which is much different from the usual Hollywood style. The movie starts off with a very traditional Italian style-ish way of filming. Carradine is shown in a flashback, which is a very typical way to film a flashback. But then, Carradine enters a very unusual world where people are using electricity, and he sees a very strange scene. The scene shows a man with a hook-shaped hole in his head, and it has a lot of nudity. This was the first time Carradine's character was shown in a nude scene, and it's not like he's shown doing anything sexual. But it's still very strange. It's also very unusual because the film is set in a time where electricity is still used, and the film's set in the early 70s. This is a very unusual setting for the film, because there's no electricity, and it's very odd that people in the film are using electricity. Also, the film was made by the same guy who made the excellent "Titanic." In this film, the production is done in a very unique way. The film was shot in black and white, which is very unusual for a film. The film also has some very unusual set pieces. Most of the set pieces are very unusual.


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