Midnight Asia Eat Dance Dream is a travel docuseries on Netflix that takes us on a night trip exploring various nocturnal worlds in six Asian cities, including Tokyo, Seoul, Mumbai, Taipei, Manila, and Bangkok.
|Original title||Midnight Asia: Eat. Dance. Dream (TV Series)|
|Premiere Date:||Jan 20, 2022|
|Genre:||Social & Cultural Documentary|
|Running time||35 minutes|
|Director||Joe Evans, Stefano Centini, Kunal Kocchar, Dominic Young,|
|Cinematography||Miles Rowland, Mike Beech, N. Amit|
|Producer||Co-production Singapore- United States|
We’re introduced to hidden locales, gastronomic secrets, numerous unusual pastimes, and some of the eccentric personalities that populate renowned cities after dark.
Asia’s distinctive and heartwarming stories are uncovered as the first episode of Midnight Asia Eat Dance Dream explores a local who customizes Lamborghini Countaches (base price: $2.5 million) by adding crystals and neon pulsing lights, Tokyo’s trendy skateboarding culture, a neon-lit traveling bar, an 85-year-old woman who runs a modest noodle shop by day and DJ Sumirock by night.
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Each episode of Midnight Asia follows a similar format to other travel shows: a variety of shots of nightlife in various forms, stunning drone shots of skylines and busy streets, a conversation with a travel writer who serves as a framing mechanism for each of the episode’s segments, and then various profiles of offbeat and enjoyable restaurant owners, DJs, entertainers, musicians, and so on.
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Midnight Asia: Eat – Dance – Dream isn’t exactly fresh-material. If you need a break from binge-watching, there’s just enough engaging subject and some well-executed cinematography to make it an enjoyable, leisurely viewing.
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