The Ramen Girl

The Ramen Girl

Director: Robert Allan Ackerman Cast: Brittany Murphy, Toshiyuki Nishida, Tammy Blanchard

DVD (Wide Screen)

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/26/2009
UPC: 0014381608427
Original Release: 2008
Rating: PG-13
Source: Image Entertainment
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:42:00
Sales rank: 31,946

Special Features

Deleted scenes; Alternate ending; Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Brittany Murphy Abby
Toshiyuki Nishida Maezumi
Tammy Blanchard Gretchen
Sohee Park Toshi
Kimiko Yo Actor
Gabriel Mann Actor
Daniel Evans Actor
Renji Ishibashi Actor
Tsutomu Yamazaki Actor

Technical Credits
Robert Allan Ackerman Director,Producer
Michael Eliasberg Executive Producer
Dona Granata Costumes/Costume Designer
Stewart Hall Producer
Tsutomu Imamura Production Designer
Cleve Landsberg Executive Producer
Brittany Murphy Producer
Masafumi Odawara Executive Producer
Howard Paar Musical Direction/Supervision
Yoshitaka Sakamoto Cinematographer
Rick Shaine Editor
Carlo Silliotto Score Composer
Victoria Thomas Casting
Becca Topol Screenwriter
Yoko Narahashi Casting,Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Ramen Girl
1. Welcome To Japan [6:40]
2. Ra-Men [7:41]
3. Helping [9:10]
4. 5:00 AM [7:27]
5. Clean [5:16]
6. Holiday [7:17]
7. Lessons [3:26]
8. The Path of Life [6:24]
9. Merry Chistmas [5:50]
10. I Don't Understand [8:38]
11. Spirit [3:31]
12. Trial Run [4:20]
13. Grand Master [4:51]
14. Successor [5:48]
15. Welcome To My Ramen Shop [4:45]
16. End Credits [3:43]

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The Ramen Girl 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
La_Laura More than 1 year ago
Though THE RAMEN GIRL includes some aspects of typical romantic comedies, it's a deeper and more emotional story. A recently single girl in a new place (Japan) seeks a job as a way to overcome the grief about her break-up. Beautiful actress Brittany Murphy (R.I.P.) shines as her character struggles to fit in and break through the language barrier. She believes that, if she can learn from her grumpy teacher how to make the "perfect" bowl of Ramen soup, she'll prove to herself that she is strong and ready to let go of her heartache. The reluctant teacher and his kind wife learn plenty about compassion and forgiveness from Brittany's loving character.