The title, of course, is a lie. For many years, Bad Film was a sort of mythological animal for Sion Sono fans: a colossal project that the filmmaker shot along with the Tokyo Gagaga artistic group in 1995, when he was still a stranger. The director and his crew shot 150 hours of footage, but their budget ran out and they couldn’t finish editing it. The film was discarded until, last year, its creator got down to business and turned it into an epic and outrageous adventure. A unique opportunity to contemplate Sono’s genius in its crudest, low cost state.
One of the most outstanding Japanese directors in the last two decades thanks to films like Suicide Club (2001), Love Exposure (2008) and Tokyo Tribe (2014). Time Machine Award winner at Sitges 2015.
Edition: 2013 Section: Noves Visions - Experimenta Original language:
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Room: Prado Section: Noves Visions - Experimenta Duration: 161'
Noves Visions - Experimenta
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