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Tampopo Film notes

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Some notes on the film Tampopo, and further analysis of the film.
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Monique Nguyen on Wednesday January 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 20782 at University of California Riverside taught by Bloom in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 40 views. For similar materials see Food in Film in Media at University of California Riverside.


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Date Created: 01/20/16
first scene foreshadow the end of the film ­ peach as a sexual metaphor, certain foods resemble human sexual organs elderly as metaphor as aging population of japan and its modernization what does erlich say about itami? 1. actor himself, so he understood filmmaking. 2. family was part of movie environment 3. started directing when he was 52 4. people expected him to be a director because of his father tampopo means shrinking violet, turned successful entrepreneur ­ person who is very shy ­ sturdy and independent, sensitive and vulnerable,  the equal of any man yet not  in the least masculine notion of waiting for food; fast food ­ ramen considered to be “fast food” tampopo has to be trained for physical activity because she has to make up for the fact that she  is the only person in the kitchen ­  noodle training narrative structure of tampopo: non­linear, does not follow a progression from beginning middle­end, do you agree? recalls “classical literary form of the renga (linked verse)” began in 15th ­ 16th centuries; verse  writing/poetic practice 3 primary modes of linking renga: through word, through mood of nature, and through contrast  and unusual associations questions about tampopo 1. does tampopo satisfy zimmerman and weiss’s definition of a food film? ­ yes


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