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A Well-Ordered Restaurant (movie)
Chūmon no Ōi Ryōriten (Japanese)
The Restaurant of Many Orders
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Two hunters come across a mysterious restaurant in the middle of a forest after losing their dogs.
User Ratings: 23 ratings have been given [details]
Running time: 19 minutes
A short film based on a story by Japanese writer Kenji Miyazawa, A Well Ordered Restaurant has not been licenced in North America, although it has shown at numerous film festivals around the world.
A Well-Ordered Restaurant (Jan 1, 1970)
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Director: Tadanari Okamoto
Music: Ryouhei Hirose
Original story: Kenji Miyazawa
Lighting: Yuzuru Satou
Sound: Isamu Koufuji
Sound Effects: Yuukichi Kamiyama (Music Factory)
Supervision: Kihachiro Kawamoto
Film Developing: Imagica
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