若松獨立Go Go Go
Dare to Stop Us
導演 Director:白石和彌 Kazuya Shiraishi

日本 Japan|2018|118 分鐘 min|彩色 Colour|DCP| 日語對白,英文字幕 In Japanese with English subtitles

24/1 (四 Thur) 7:45pm*

香港藝術中心古天樂電影院
Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre

*設映後問答
Post-screening Q&A

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1969年,若松製作漸具規模,吸引不少知識分子和前衛文化人加入。21歲的吉積惠,經朋友介紹毅然加入若松製作,成為公司當時唯一一位女副導。故事以惠為主軸,描述她在若松製作工作兩年多之間的人和事:和若松孝二、足立正生、秋山道男、小水一男、沖島勲、高間賢治和荒井晴彥等人出入片場,拍攝《女學生游擊隊》(1969)、《狂走情死考》(1969)及《二度處女GO GO GO》(1969)等作品,一同經歷青春的熱血與迷惘。若松製作於若松去世六年後重新運作,師從若松的白石和彌及井上淳一分別擔任導演和編劇;女主角由新銳演員門脇麥飾演,受若松影響尤深的井蒲新則飾演若松本人,其他若松愛用的演員如吉澤健、滿島真之介、高岡蒼佑和高良健吾等均有參演,更有不少一向與若松合作的幕後人員參與拍攝。

In 1969, Wakamatsu Production was hitting its stride while attracting intellectuals and forward-thinking artists to join their ranks. This fictionalized account revolves around the company’s then-only female assistant director, Megumi Yoshizumi, and her two-plus years at the company. The bright-eyed 21-year-old follows the likes of Koji Wakamatsu, Masao Adachi and Haruhiko Arai as they shoot films such as Female Student Guerilla (1969), Running in Madness, Dying in Love (1969) and Go, Go, Second Time Virgin (1969). Together, they experience the agony and ecstasy of youth. Director Kazuya Shiraishi and screenwriter Junichi Inoue were former apprentices of Wakamatsu, whose company has restarted six years after his death. Besides Mugi Kadowaki in the lead role and Arata Iura playing Wakamatsu, former Wakamatsu players such as Sousuke Takaoka and Ken Yoshizawa are also in the cast. The production also includes former members of Wakamatsu’ crew.

2018釜山國際電影節 Busan International Film Festival 2018 selection

白石和彌 Kazuya Shiraishi

1974年生於北海道,曾任若松孝二的副導演,其後亦替行定勳等導演工作。導演首作為《東京失樂園》(2010),其餘作品包括《凶惡》(2013)、《極惡刑事》(2016)、《雌貓們之夜》(2017)、《鳥獸行》(2017)、《SUNNY/32》(2018)、《孤狼之血》(2018)。

Born in Hokkaido in 1974, Shiraishi worked as assistant director for Koji Wakamatsu. He later worked for Yukisada Isao and others, before making his directing debut with Lost Paradise in Tokyo (2010). The Devil’s Path (2013) followed, and then Twisted Justice (2016), Dawn of the Felines (2017), Birds Without Names (2017), SUNNY/32 (2018) and The Blood of Wolves (2018).