- Acting of Lead Performers
- Acting of Supporting Cast
- Music Score
- Title Sequence
- Historical Importance
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- kevin sellers
Nothing heavier than forced whimsy. Food stuff's pretty good, though.
Tampopo Don't skip the credits!
The story of Daisy (Tampopo) who desperately wants to have her own slurpy little noodle shop but doesn't know much about noodles. She is "adopted" by a group of foodies numbering eventually about 50 who give her every chance to succeed . And just like a daisy there are side shoots to this tale that develop their own lovely blossoms. Be sure not to skip the credits which sum up these fine stories.
Very interesting, very funny!
- Dermot Trellis
I thoroughly enjoyed this film. Aside from the main story-line, there are a number of unrelated vignettes don't worry, enjoy. Great photography and music. (The subtitles are a little small, pretty quick and easy to miss if you're paying close attention to the action. Still, 5 stars.
cookin something up.
like anything else.. there is no limit to film making in japan. not a movie for everyone.. but shows the ambition and thought of artistry. over the past number of years japan..mexico..south America and india have increased their story ability tremendously. they are altering film making here big time.