A Chinese Singaporean chef, formerly working in Tokyo, finds himself in Okinawa begging a disgruntled old chef to teach him traditional Okinawan food. A top Japanese food critic finds herself in Singapore on an eye opening discovery of SEA cuisine. In reality both are looking for each other after an emotional breakup years ago when she left him without a trace. Emotionally crippled by their breakup he searches her home town for her but discovers instead the art of traditional Okinawan food. Through it he learns the incredible balance of two cultures: Chinese and Japanese - the homely, warmth of Chinese style cooking with the precision, delicacy and visual artistry of Japanese cuisine: a balance they never had in their relationship. When she suddenly appears in Okinawa looking to find closure he cooks and serves her their final meal. Through it she discovers what she had been yearning for all these years - the beauty of both cultures balanced to perfection and realises he has found the key to being together again.
Jason Chan from BananaMana Films gives a quick review of 3 of the main features that have been added to the Sony a7s II. A step up from the a7s is the addition of HD slow motion at up to 120fps, sLog3 and 5 axis stabilization (in camera).
Jason Chan of BananaMana Films reviews the Sony a7s II in Part 1 of this two part review. This was shot on the Sony a7s II in 4K and we have included 4K example footage in daylight and night time to demonstrate low light sensitivity of this camera. The new features of this camera include: 4K internal recording, 5 axis stabilisation, slow motion in HD and sLog3.
Jason Chan and Khairul Norady of BananaMana Films discuss why they chose the Sony a7s as their latest production camera - the pros and cons and why its low light sensitivity has made it a game changer in film and tv production.
BananaMana Films focus on long form narrative productions for film, TV and the web. Most recently their web series "Perfect Girl" has won 7 International awards and over 15 nominations and their TV series "What Do Men Want?" has been picked up for International distribution to several countries including the US.