Additional information for Eatrip, which has a domestic theatrical release set for October 10, 2009. The film is being distributed by Unknown and has not yet been rated. Eatrip has a total running time of 75 minutes.
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An exploration of the act of eating, both as an interaction among people and between people and nature.
Eatrip is a contemporary Japanese food culture documentary and the directorial debut of food coordinator, creator and teacher, Yuri Nomura. The film explores the interpersonal relationships that food nurtures. To eat is a universal experience and this documentary takes the audience on a journey throughout Japan looking at how life can be led richly through the daily ritual of eating. From the Tsukiji fish market to an Okinawan farm, the film offers poignant interviews with intriguing personalities, a few of whom include: Nichiji Sakai, head priest of the Ikegami Honmonji temple; Kanji Takahashi, a distributor of Dried bonito; Naoko Morioka, an Okinawan leading a self-sustainable lifestyle; So-oku Sen a tea ceremony master and descendant of famed Sen No Rikyu; and Yayako Uchida, a musician and writer who recites poems about food. The film culminates with a passionate meal cooked by the director herself, for actor Tadanobu Asano and singer UA and a handful of other eclectic guests.
This film has not yet been rated.
No theatrical release dates have been decided.
This film does not have a selected cast.
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