Special Screening to Celebrate INDIESTORY

Turn It Up To 11

  • 음악 & 춤
  • 액션

Korea|2010 |93min |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
242 7/14  10:00 CGV Bucheon 4 15 GV
704 7/19  17:00 Bucheon City Hall, Fantastic Cube(1F) 15
242 7/14  10:00CGV Bucheon 4
15  GV
704 7/19  17:00Bucheon City Hall, Fantastic Cube(1F)

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Program Note

“Aren’t you happy because you chose to follow your dream?” People often tell this to those who choose their dreams instead of their reality. The main characters in the rock ary Turn It Up To 11 are also quite familiar with hearing this story. So am I really happy? Don’t be ridiculous, they say, laughing. But I’m happy to have rock and roll. The film tells the story of a live club called ‘Ruby Records’ located in the middle of the Incheon Motel Village and the band ‘Galaxy Express’ and ‘Tabacco Juice’ which started off by the members who felt sorry for each other’s miserable lives. A band that wants to rule the universe with rock and roll, and a band that seems more interested in having fun, seems so different, but they are the ones who look happiest when the crowd responds and cheer to their music. Director Baek Seung-hwa, who was once the drummer of Tabacco Juice, is now more famous for his films like Queen of Walking and Omok Girl but Turn It Up To 11 is a story of true rock musicians. (MO Eun-young)



BAEK Seung-hwa

Baek Seung-hwa graduated from Kaywon University of Arts, majoring in animation. He co-directed Good Night, Sweet Dream (2006) and debuted in the commercial film Queen of Walking (2016) after being awarded for Turn It Up To 11 at the BIFAN and DMZ Documentary Film Festival.


Producer Lee Kyou-young, Ahn Sung-min
Screenplay Baek Seung-hwa
Cinematographer Baek Seung-hwa, Kim Hyun-jong
Editor Baek Seung-hwa
Production Design Seo Jun-kyo
Cast Kwon Ki-wook, Lee Ju-hyun, Lee Kyou-young

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