The movie “Teen Spirit” (directed by Max Minghella and distributed by TCO) has revealed some of its behind-the-scenes and stills.
The movie “Teen Spirit”, which claims to be the teenage version for “La La Land”, has staff that is composed by directors, production staff, and actors who has passion for music and aims to present a new music film for a new generation. In particular, Hollywood’s young and hopeful director Max Minghella firmly believed that “music has the power to evoke emotions from the audience,” and inserted a number of addictive songs that captivated the audience’s ears from beginning to end.
In addition, director Max Minghella said that editing of the film “Teen Spirit” was heavily influenced by global star “BTS” after watching their concert. “Editing is more important than anything else. It decides to what the rhythm of the scene should be and how the audience would accept the image. I have a feeling that editing and writing are closely related” he said, revealing the process of storytelling and editing.
On top of this, the movie features actress Elle Fanning, who became her girlfriend through film, not only did he create a highly finished piece with perfect breathing and synergy, but he also brought the two hearts to a peak, thanks to the melting of trust and loving eyes toward each other, they have captured sensuous and stylish visuals that attract the tastes of the audience aged 10s and 20s.
Fred Berger, who showed outstanding performance in producing La La Land, said “Director Max Minghella has produced his visually intense debut film, which is attractive and rich in emotions. Teen Spirit delivers an audiovisual experience that are only available in theaters.”
Meanwhile, “Teen Spirit” is a musical film about a dream stage, that only the best can stand on, and the birth of every single star that will shine the world. ‘La La Land’s’ one of original producers and known Hollywood actor, Jamie Bell, also joined the team. Master Anthony Minghella’s son, director Max Minghella, is a young and hopeful director that took the megaphone and completed a new generation of music.
Contributor: Ber Bersabe