I'm surprised no one has made a thread on this classic Japanese film. It's an award winning movie from the 80's, dubbed as a "Japanese noodle western." The premise is simple; Tampopo, a struggling ramen shop owner, asks for the help of a group of seasoned noodle veterens to make the perfect bowl of noodles. But moreso, a better description of this movie is human existence reflected in a bowl of noodles. During the movie, short vignettes are scattered throughout it, ranging from 5-10 minutes long, all of them relating to food in some manner. The entire film humorously pinpoints and satirizes the relationship between food and sex, and is an absolute riot to watch. Just make sure you have a bowl of ramen nearby after the film. This movie is drool-enticing, and definitely worth tracking down.