Boy’s and Girl’s Guide to Getting Down

Movie PosterI recently had the chance to preview this movie in Hollwood and I found myself laughing at the witty dialog, wincing at the “ouch” moments and feeling like I knew many of the characters in the film. One can’t help to find the similarities to many of the characters if you’ve ever been into the club or afterparty scene. Everything from power hungry bouncers to getting free drinks to drugs and sex. I definitely enjoyed this film and recommend it for some good laughs. Check out their website listed below for showtimes and trailers.

From the filmmakers:

All over the world, kids are getting down. They are getting down at the club, at work, in the car, at the party, in the alley and at your front door. And chances are, if youre a kid, you want to get down too.

Part documentary, part narrative, part instructional film THE BOYS AND GIRLS GUIDE TO GETTING DOWN teaches kids about the things they’ll need in order to get down things like vodka and drugs while showing them how to avoid some of the pitfalls associated with this lifestyle like the police and getting sick.

Learn the real reason people go to bars. Marvel at the ways to gain entrance to the coolest club in town. And learn what not to say to that girl whos been eyeing you across the bar.

Years of painstaking research have gone into the creation of The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down – from Dr Heizakeit’s experiments with alcohol and mice to observations of Hollywood hipsters in a party environment. The Guide truly gets into the science of getting down and is replete with charts, graphs and kick ass graphics.

THE BOYS AND GIRLS GUIDE TO GETTING DOWN is written and directed by Paul Sapiano. The film was edited by master editor Enrique Aguirre at King Cut in Venice, California. All the films graphics were done by design marvel Larimie Garcia of Gigspot.

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3 Responses to “Boy’s and Girl’s Guide to Getting Down”

  1. Sean says:

    Do you have any idea what the song is that plays when they are rolling the credits? I have searched everywhere and cant find anything on it.

  2. anonymous says:

    “Shake It” by Arling and Cameron

  3. sam says:

    whats the song that the black guy is rapping to at the end?

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