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Program  l  Midnight in Cinema

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Midnight Cinema

The Wild Boys The Wild Boys

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Midnight Cinema | Midnight Cinema | Bertrand MANDICO | France | 2017 | 110min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Bertrand MANDICO Screenplay Bertrand MANDICO Producer Emmanuel CHAUMET Cinematography Pascale GRANEL Art Director Set designer: Astrid TONNDLLIER Editor Laure SAINT MARC Sound Simon APOSTOLOU, Laure ARTO, Daniel GRIES Music Pierre DESPRATS, Hekla MAGNUSDOTTIR Cast Kris DE BELLAIR

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
191 2018. 05. 04 23:59 CGV Jeonjugosa 4
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192 2018. 05. 04 23:59 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
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464 2018. 05. 07 20:30 Jeonju Cinema Town 8
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842 2018. 05. 11 18:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
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  • Review

    The first full-length feature film by Bertrand Mandico who has created an original world with more than 40 short films. It follows the evil deeds and punishments of the five bourgeois teenage boys who commit a misdeed habitually, set in the island of La Reunion in early 20th century. Those who have been extradited by a crime travel under the direction of the Dutch captain. [#i_]The Wild Boys [_i#]shows an imaginative and unconventional narrative. While it presents the mixture of elements in [#i_]Lord Of The Flies[_i#](1963), [#i_]A Clockwork Orange[_i#](1971), and even [#i_]Emmanuelle[_i#](1974), It was a live action film, [#i_]Goto, Island of Love[_i#](1969) by Walerian Borowczyk that inspired Mandico. He succeeds in making frenetic political allegory in feature-length rhythm, without giving up the aesthetics of experimental film sustained by wicked voyeurism in his short films. [JANG Byungwon]

Director

Bertrand MANDICO

Born in 1971 in Toulouse, graduated from the film directing programme at the Gobelins animation school in Paris. He has directed many short and medium-length films selected in Cannes, Venice, and has won awards in many international festivals. His first short film The Blue Horse Rider(1998) won the Annecy Prize Grant in 1998. The Wild Boys, selected at Venice IFF, is his first feature film.