Taken from the News and Review Event Calendar:
The universe unfolds a little differently in San Francisco’s Japantown. It operates in a way you couldn’t possibly comprehend. But there is a method to its madness and for the most part it runs as smoothly as a Tokyo train station. However, every once in a great while, it needs a little help.
Two unseen spirits will wander in and out of the lives of Japantown residents, trying to keep the universe in order. Sometimes they succeed, sometimes they fail but no matter what they will irreparably change and connect the lives of dozens of people – whether they like it or not.
“'Infinity & Chashu Ramen’ is a rarity, an independent film made by Japanese Americans about Japanese Americans and the foibles of their everyday lives, made on a modest budget from the out-of-pocket donations of individuals.” (John Sammon, Nikkei West, 1/10/2013)