Developing a film (from scratch) is an enormous amount of work.  Creating a documentary about a lesser-known food culture (originating from the other side of the planet) is even a bigger challenge.  On average, five hours of filming is typically edited to approximately 1 minute of acceptable, usable footage. 

When it comes to 'Behind the Scenes' footage, we've collected more than anyone could ever imagine.  Throughout the coming months, we'll continually upload selections of footage that shows you what it takes to make a full-length documentary.  Rest assured, there's nothing glamorous about the process.  We'll continually add the latest clips to our website (uploading them to our
Spilled Facebook page as well). 

If you're not a member of the
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"That's What Ramen Is..."            "Ivan Ramen Chats at His Bar."

The information contained in this website is the sole, intellectual property of Ramen in Common/Carl Rosa.  Use without the written permission is prohibited.   For more information about our documentary, please contact our team.  Copyright 2014.  All Rights Reserved.