As we pass the 40-year milestone at Underground we have been looking at the meaning underground culture and the underground universe. “I was a Teenage Serial Killer “is a film that openly challenges the norm and rails against the system. With the patriarchy in its sights, the nearly 30-year-old film was a 90s move against misogyny. The message and the call to action sadly remains necessary in 2021, although in a changed climate that no longer requires the protagonists to be underground. It is no longer an underground cause but one for all of society to carry forward. The film gives us inspiration and we pay tribute to it with a contemporary photo shoot. Aptly devised, directed, made up and shot by an all-girl team, the “Teenage Serial Killer” shoot is Underground respecting the underground.
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