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Big Bang marks 10th anniversary with documentary film

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The Jakarta Post

Jakarta | Wed, July 19, 2017 | 01:04 pm
Big Bang marks 10th anniversary with documentary film

Directed by Byun Jin Ho, the movie documents the band's journey throughout their world tour, which ran from April 2015 until March 2016, when the K-pop sensation traveled to 32 cities in 16 countries to deliver 66 performances. (Courtesy of NBCU/File)

A documentary-style movie titled Made, which follows K-pop band Big Bang on their world tour last year, premiered on E!Asia on Saturday.

The release of the movie also marked the 10th anniversary of the band’s launch into the music scene.

Directed by Byun Jin Ho, the movie documents the band's journey throughout their world tour, which ran from April 2015 until March 2016, when the K-pop sensation traveled to 32 cities in 16 countries to deliver 66 performances.

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"Combining concert footage with clips during practice and from backstage, as well as exclusive interviews that have never been seen before, the film presents an incredible collection of moments that show the daily life of band members as themselves," according to a press statement made available to The Jakarta Post

The statement further said the movie captured all band members, namely G-Dragon, Taeyang, T.O.P, Daesung and Seungri, in candid moments acting silly, playful, as well as showing their struggles throughout their journey. (liz/kes)

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