|654||2016. 05. 04||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 2||HEK19|
|655||2016. 05. 04||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||HEK19|
|656||2016. 05. 04||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 7||HEK19|
|746||2016. 05. 05||21:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 2||HEK19|
|920||2016. 05. 07||17:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 2||HEK19|
The film features the teenage sexuality with a girl named George. George plays a game with her friend to attract her favorite boy. It begins with simple sexual curiosity, but soon becomes more than a game. Tension among girls gets stronger. Their flirting intensifies. In her first feasure, Hussong sketches the life of a small village based on a real story. Teen’s sexual tension and their unsupervised, bold behaviors fill the screen with madness. Set in summer, the film enbraces young growth and decadence with seasonal heat, brining out uncontrolled energy. As the subtile A Modern Love Story implies, it shows the love and sexuality of present days. Reminding of Larry Clark’s Kids, the film makes another cinematic approach to a complex creature called teenager. (LEE Sang-yong)
|Art Director||David BERSANETTI|
|Sound||Olivier Le VACON|
|Cast||Finnegan OLDFIELD, Marilyn LIMA, Daisy BROOM, Lorenzo LEFEBVRE|
Born in France where she got a Master in English Literature and a BA in Spanish Literature from the Sorbonne University. She went on to pursue a MFA in directing at the American Film Institute. Her filmography includes the short films, Hope to Die(2004) and Those for Whom It´s Always Complicated(2013). Bang Gang is her first feature film.
George, a pretty teen girl, falls in love with Alex. To get his attention, she initiates a game with their friends, discovering, testing and pushing the limits of their sexuality.