The second part of Bang Bang Baby will be available from Thursday 19 May exclusively on Prime Video in 240 countries and territories around the world. Prime Video has revealed in a new trailer some of the unreleased scenes of the last five episodes of the Italian Original series combined with important fragments of the scenes already seen. Let’s see the trailer:
UPDATE: the last five episodes will arrive on Amazon Prime Video on May 31st.
“Whenever you make a choice, you make a sacrifice. Sacrifices hurt … they hurt as hell! “
© ️Prime Video & Amazon Studios, photo by Andrea Pirrello
With these words Arianna Becheroni concludes the trailer for Bang Bang Baby and prepares us for the second part, in which we also find Adriano Giannini, Antonio Gerardi, Dora Romano, Lucia Mascino and Giuseppe De Domenico, is a crime drama set in 1986 and tells the story of Alice, a 16-year-old teenager who lives in a small town in Northern Italy. Her teenage life suddenly changes when she discovers that her father who she thought dead is actually still alive. It is the beginning of her descent into hell, for Alice, who for the love of her father dives into the dangerous world of the underworld, being seduced by the charm of crime. When she tries to get out of it, maybe it will be too late …
Created by Andrea Di Stefano, directed by Michele Alhaique (ep. 1-2-3-4-7-8), Margherita Ferri (ep. 5-6), Giuseppe Bonito (ep. 9-10), with artistic supervision by Michele Alhaique, written by Andrea Di Stefano, Valentina Gaddi and Sebastiano Melloni, Bang Bang Baby is produced by Lorenzo Mieli for The Apartment and Wildside, both companies of the Fremantle group.
The first part of Bang Bang Baby
At this year’s Comicon I attended an interesting event: it was presented in the auditorium of the Mostra d’Oltremare in Naples Bang Bang Baby through the intervention of some cast members, such as Michele Alhaique, Dora Romano and Adriano Gianniniand the transmission of the first episode.
Bang Bang Baby is an Italian Original series, available exclusively on Prime Video (to subscribe click on this link) from April 28th with the first 5 episodes and will end with the last 5 episodes on May 19th. As soon as I got home from Comicon I immediately saw the other 4 episodes of the first part, previewed by Amazon. I’m really enjoying this new crime and dark comedy TV series. Click here to continue reading the review of the first part.