The child is walking with a limp as his body was cut everywhere. The next thing he notices is that he finds himself at two crossroads. On his left is the police office and on his right is the orphanage. Should he step up or hide himself? That night, his parents are burned to death. He has to change his name in order to survive. As he decides to go to the orphanage, he has a new name, 'Mumyeong', meaning 'no name'. We all have our own name. After being born, the first thing we get is a name. We cannot choose our parents or birthplace. This is same for our name. But, here, there are people who choose their name by themselves. There is someone who steals another person's name. This man steals his name as well as his life. Because of him, every tragedy begins. And, there is someone who throws his name away. This man puts his name out of his mind to fight against a monster who takes away his father's name and life.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Master: God of Noodles - Smooth Noodle Maps - Netflix
Smooth Noodle Maps is the eighth studio album by the American new wave band Devo. It was originally released in June 1990 and would be their last album released through Enigma. The album was recorded over a period of three months between October 1989 and January 1990, at Master Control Studios, in Burbank, California. Smooth Noodle Maps was Devo's last full-length studio album until the release of Something for Everybody in 2010, as well as the last Devo studio album to feature David Kendrick on drums. The album includes a cover version of Bonnie Dobson's song “Morning Dew,” transformed into a dance song.
Master: God of Noodles - Personnel - Netflix
Devo Mark Mothersbaugh – lead and background vocals; keyboards; guitar; digital editing Gerald Casale – lead and background vocals; bass guitar; bass synthesizer; keyboards Bob Casale – guitar; keyboards; mixer; sampling; backing vocals Bob Mothersbaugh – guitar; backing vocals David Kendrick – drums; percussion; drum machines Production team Devo – producer Jeff Lord Alge – mixing Bob Casale – engineer Ryan Moore – digital programming