Two teenage girls seek a taste of adulthood at a Budapest EDM festival in this strong debut feature (2014) from Hungarian director Yvonne Kerekgyarto. Newcomers Luca Pusztai and Ágnes Barta are excellent as the girls, whose pretense of cool barely conceals their adolescent insecurity, and a sense of dread gathers as they work their way into ever-more perilous situations involving drugs and guys with suspect intentions. The action builds to a particularly memorable scene making use of Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs’ sinister 1966 single “Li’l Red Riding Hood.” Also known as One Day of Betty. In Hungarian with subtitles.