"Infinity & Chashu Ramen" in Little Tokyo

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Film & Other Media

Jan 201418
4:00p.m.

Japanese American National Museum
100 N. Central Ave.
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States


Ikeibi Films and the Japanese American National Museum are pleased to announce the Southern California Film Premiere of the new independent feature film "Infinity & Chashu Ramen" at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. January 18 at the Tateuchi Democracy Forum in Little Tokyo.

"Infinty & Chashu Ramen" is the first feature film shot entirely in San Francisco's Japantown - a sleepy little neighborhood in the heart of the city where magic is in the air and unseen spirits roam the streets ...

A 400-year-old obake has watched over the neighborhood for generations but that all changes when he's introduced to a new apprentice - young Lucy Yamaguchi. Together, this mismatched pair will wander in and out of the lives of unsuspecting residents as they try to keep the universe running smoothly.

The film stars noted poet, playwright and actor Hiroshi Kashiwagi, who will also be holding a reading from his latest book - "Starting From Loomis and Other Stories" - at 2 p.m. in the Tateuchi Forum. Kashiwagi leads an ensemble cast that includes Wendy Woo, Todd Nakagawa, Sandra Young, Anna Jones, Jean Franco, Suz Takeda, Randall Nakano, Ben Arikawa, Larry Kitagawa, Rey Taira, Ricky Wang, Koichi Sugiyama, Kallan Nishimoto and Chizuko Omori.

Advance tickets are $10 at infinityandchashuramen.com, $12 at the door and $8 for JANM members. 

 

KBerk . Last modified Dec 27, 2013 7:50 a.m.


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