Thursday, April 11, 2013

Tuesday at the Free Korean Movie Night: Invasion of the Alien Bikini (2011)

I think we can all agree, whatever movies we may have seen, that there is no more awesome title for a film than 2011's Invasion of the Alien Bikini (Eillieon bikini). It's Tuesday, April 16's free offering for Korean Movie Night:
Young Gun (Hong Young-Geun) is a virgin vigilante, determined to do the right thing as he wanders through the city streets at night. A self-proclaimed protector of the people (who occasionally picks up a wayward scrap of trash), he risks his life for the good of his oblivious metropolis. One night, after saving a lovely young woman and bringing her back to his apartment, Young Gun’s chastity becomes threatened: it turns out the lovely young woman is not of this Earth, and her one and only mission on this planet is to procreate and save her species!

A riotous mix of comedy and science fiction, this raunchy romp from director Oh Young-Doo was shot with an unbelievable budget of $4,500—employing the assistance of family, friends, and anyone he could find to help bring his hilarious vision to life!

Join us for the New York premiere of this critically acclaimed indie gem, but leave the kids at home—this one’s a bit racy!
Invasion of the Alien Bikini premieres at 7 PM, Tuesday, April 16th at the Tribeca Cinemas (at 54 Varick Street on the corner of Canal Street, one block from the A, C, E and 1 train Canal Street stops).

Admission is free, and all seating is first-come, first served. Doors open at 6:30 PM.

Don't miss this one: the Citizen Kane of alien bikini films.

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