Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story) (Bang Gang (une histoire d’amour moderne))

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(out of 5)


Laetitia is a teenager on the verge of adulthood whose concerned father keeps her to a curfew; if he knew what she and her best girlfriend George were actually up to, he probably wouldn’t let her out of the house ever again.  Laetitia and George are willing participants in a “Bang Gang”, their friend group from school getting together for some lighthearted orgies complete with iPhones lit and ready to post their adventures online.  This kind of rampant indulgence can never go on too long without the bill eventually coming up for payment, which is delivered in the form of some cases of a pesky venereal disease spreading pretty easily among them.  Meanwhile, shy neighbour Gabriel is a hesitant participant and an opportunity for George to pursue something a little more solid than just goofing around with immature boys.  Eva Husson intelligently investigates the world of these bored suburban kids without being either unnecessarily fascinated by their budding sexuality or judging them too harshly for not listening to their parents.  It’s sort of a dirty Bling Ringwith an appealing cast and a short running time so that even if your mind isn’t blown, you won’t have wasted too much time.


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France, 2015

Directed by

Screenplay by Eva Husson

Cinematography by

Produced by , ,

Music by

Production Design by 

Film Editing by


Toronto International Film Festival 2015


 

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