SXSW 2015 Turbo Kid Movie

“Turbo Kid” Movie had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2015 and has its screening at  the SXSW 2015 “Midnighters Section.” Do you love comic books? Have you ever dreamed of the possibility of becoming a superhero? if you do , the “Turbo Kid Movie” should be in your  “must see movie list” during the SXSW Film Festival. It is a post-apocalyptic and retro-futurist Film that stars Munro Chambers. He is part of the cast from the Canadian TV series Degrassi: The Next Generation which has been highly successful in the US, and broadcasted on channels such as TeenNick, MTV, and ABC Family.

“Turbo Kid” (2015) SXSW movie schedule:

  1. Tuesday, March 17, 11:59PM - 1:28AM, Alamo Ritz

  2. Wednesday, March 18, 11:59PM - 1:28AM, Alamo Lamar B

  3. Friday, March 20, 11:59PM - 1:28AM, Alamo Lamar A

"It's 1997. In a ruined post-apocalyptic world, the orphaned “Kid” survives on his own through drought-ridden nuclear winter, traversing the Wasteland on his BMX, scavenging for scraps to trade for a scant supply of water. When his perpetually chipper, pink-haired new best friend Apple is kidnapped by a minion of evil overlord Zeus, the” Kid” summons the courage of his comic book hero and prepares to deliver turbocharged justice to Zeus, his buzzsaw-handed sidekick Skeletron, and their vicious masked army.”

This is a film with a a lot of action and gore on the surface, but underneath it has a very beautiful and romantic love story that will teach the value and meaning of love, justice, and friendship. “Turbo Kid" is a socially awkward orphan and lives in a desert called the Wasteland. He is surrounded by very weird and strange comic-book characters. The kid is solitary scavenger like Wall-E who hoards ’80s and ’90s relics and enjoys reading comic books. He would like to be a hero and destiny gives him the opportunity to become one. At the same time he meets an enigmatic and magical girl “Apple” played by Laurence Leboeuf.

The villain “Zeus”  is played by Michael Ironside, an evil leader of the Wasteland and “Turbo Kid” mission is to defeat him with his turbocharged weapon. This film is very violent and fun to watch, and the most fascinating fact about the movie is the connection the audience will develop with the characters as the film progress.

Apple fulfills the magical female role in the film. She opens up the window of hope and has a powerful presence in the Kid's life and brings peace in the most despicable bloody battle (Grindhouse style) in the evil world of the Wasteland. You will fall in love with her character and her connection with the Kid is pure, honest and innocent.  The journey the Kid confronts in order to save Apple who has been kidnapped by “Zeus” and his people is brutal and Turbo Kid needs to overcome his fears defeating the villains to save the girl’s life.”

Courtesy from SXSW 2015

Meet the Directors

The directors of the RKSS collective are Francois Simard,Anouk Whissell, and Yoann-Karl Whissell. Based in Montreal, the Roadkill Superstar has produced many short movies over the years, including Le Bagman, Demonitron, T is for Turbo and Total Fury, which have all been awarded several prizes in festivals internationally.

This original movie has an interesting plot that brings to life a colorful superhero along with the combination of ghastly super villains (good and evil/ right and wrong). The visual effects during the storytelling creates the universal connection that attempts to deliver the audience the understanding of the human existence and present conditions. Following Turbo Kid during his journey and adventures by surviving the horrific world of the Wasteland will make the audience to connect emotionally with an original script based out of conflicts, resolutions and unconditional sacrifices.

SXSW 2015

SXSW 2015

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