There is something for everyone at the Japanese Film Festival 2018
For the romantic at heart:
If you live for drama:
For your comedy fix:
If you love coming-of-age flicks:
Of serial killers and whacky time loops:
If you love ramen:
Ramen Heads | ラーメンヘッズ
Heads up ramen heads, because this is a documentary on the sumptuous bowls of noodles you love so very much. An intimate look at enthusiastic fans of ramen and the chefs who make it, it follows Tomita Osamu of Chuka Soba Tomita, the renown ramen restaurant - some call it the best in Japan - located in Chiba Prefecture's Matsuko, and his traditional and ultra-precise approach to cooking ramen.
The Japanese Film Festival kicks off today at select GSC cinemas in the Klang Valley (6-12 September), and will be making its way to Penang (13-16 September), Johor Bahru (20-23 September), Kuching (4-7 October), and Kota Kinabalu (4-7 October).