In a world of many tastes and lifestyles, there are few things that bring us together like a good ol' cup of noodles. From an undergrad basking in the halls of no sleep, to that underemployed 30 something with six roommate, to the worker bee drone at some big box corporation and their crinkly faced boss... the camaraderie of the slurp that unites so disparities... oh, how glorious.
Filmmaker Adam R. Brown has considered that notion, contemplated the value of ramen, quantified the generations, creeds and cultures surrounding the pre-packaged wet noodle, and come up with short film The Ramens
, which adds just the right amout of fantasy to the proceedings. As with many good shorts, Brown's film acts as a well executed joke: just the set up and the punchline, ladies and gentleman, good night.
Playing the festival circuit from Savannah, Bushwick and Cucalorus, The Ramens
is now available to watch online -- check it out below!
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