As parts of Point Reyes Station were winding down last Thursday night, Ink Paper Plate opened to local cinephiles seeking a casual evening of foreign film and homemade nosh. About a dozen attendees spanning all ages gathered in Point Reyes Station for a viewing of “Tampopo,” the 1985 Japanese cult-classic comedy that disrupts cultural norms while stirring up . . .

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