|106||2016. 04. 29||10:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 6||HEK19|
|719||2016. 05. 05||14:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 6||HEK19GV|
|923||2016. 05. 07||17:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 6||HEK19GV|
Punk bands from Seoul are invited to the largest hardcore punk music festival in history which will be held in Tokyo. They have fun with like-minded musicians and a small but passionate audience but also have a hard time. After pouring out all their energy on stage, they travel long distances to get to the next performance and even make and serve food at the performance venue/restaurant. Still, they’re happy because they’re with friends. Back home in the Hongdae area, they are still active but seem lonelier and angrier. They spit out words of rage and ridicule and exhaust all their energy on stage but it’s not getting through. Although they don’t see a bright future for themselves in this documentary, the band members’ diverse personalities and their pride in proving the reason punk music should exist captivates to the audience. (KIM Youngjin)
|Cinematography||LEE Dongwoo, PARK Swan|
|Cast||FIND THE SPOT, SCUMRAID, LEE Pyungahn, MOON Kyunghoon|
Born in 1991, Busan. LEE Dongwoo is currently a vocalist and bassist of SCUMRAID. He directed a short film called The Birth of a Family(2013) and also worked as part of the camera crew for Home Sweet Home(2016), a feature film which was invited to this year´s Jeonju International Film Festival Korea Cinemascape. No Preparation for Old Age is his debut feature.
Punk bands in Seoul are invited to the biggest hardcore punk music festival in history held in Tokyo. A rough road documentary about the thoughts and messages of the loudest punk bands most active in Asia today.