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after wacthing this movie I had to make a music video about it!
it just grabed me into it so much.
this short video I put togther is a whole recap of the movie.
I used the new iMovie, pretty good editing program.. but I wasnt really putting effort into it..
if you want me to edit any video you want just contact me at my myspace www.myspace.com/comicsarereal
the song I use is "Lullaby" by The Cure.
heres also the whole story provided by WIKIPEDIA!
The opening scene shows sixteen year-old Telly (Leo Fitzpatrick) and a 12-year-old girl kissing. Using sweet-talk and adulation, Telly convinces the virginal girl to have sex with him. Afterwards, upon leaving the girl's house, he leans over a hallway railing and spits onto the floor, a symbol of his disrespect for the girl, which sets up his character. He then meets his friend Casper (played by Justin Pierce), who is drinking malt liquor and reading a comic book.
As they walk along the sidewalk, Telly tells Casper about his sexual experience in graphic terms. They go inside a local store, and Casper shoplifts another malt liquor as Telly distracts the Asian cashier. They then steal a peach, using the same set-up just outside the store from a sidewalk display.
They head to a friend's apartment, though they express dislike towards him on the way there. At this point, the pair want drugs and food. They arrive at the person's house, inhale nitrous oxide out of balloons, talk about sex, and smoke marijuana while skater videos play on TV. This scene then intercuts with a scene in which a group of girls talk about sex, contradicting what the boys say, especially about oral gratification. Both Ruby (Rosario Dawson) and Jennie (Chloë Sevigny) are introduced during the conversation.
Ruby and Jennie discuss that they were recently tested for STDs at Ruby's request. Ruby's test is negative, even though she has had many sexual encounters and many of the times were unprotected. However, Jennie tests positive for HIV, much to her shock, since she has only had sex once, with Telly. Jennie spends the rest of the film trying to find Telly, who has taken to only having sex with virgins on the premise that he cannot get STDs this way.
Later, Telly and Casper walk to Telly's house. When they arrive, they steal money from Telly's mother. They go to Washington Square Park, meet up with a Rastafarian man, and discreetly buy a "dime bag" of marijuana from him. They then meet up with a few friends (one of whom gives a blunt-rolling tutorial) to talk and smoke. Casper starts to ride on a skateboard and carelessly bumps into a man, who threatens him. The man is immediately struck in the back of the head with a skateboard by Harold (Harold Hunter), a friend of Telly and Casper's, causing him to collapse. Seizing the opportunity, many of Casper's friends join in, kicking and hitting him until he is unconscious and covered with blood, and then Telly spits at the man's bloody face.
Telly and the group from the park pick up a thirteen-year-old girl named Darcy (Yakira Peguero). She is the younger sister of an acquaintance and Telly is very interested, as she is a virgin. He convinces her to sneak out and join Casper and some girls at a pool. The other girls engage in pseudo-lesbian kissing and flirtation, but Darcy is restrained (though not shocked at the others' behavior).
Telly and the group go to Steven's house to smoke, drink and talk about sex. Meanwhile, Jennie wanders down to a rave trying to find Telly, but instead bumps into "Fidget" (the film's writer Harmony Korine), who gives her "a euphoric blockbuster [drug] that is supposed to make 'special K' look weak." After taking the drug, which is never named, but has effects similar to a depressant such as GHB or rohypnol, she finds out that Telly is (at what has now become a party) at Steven's place. We see the girl, high and with her young life in a shambles, riding in a taxi.
Upon arriving at the party, Jennie discovers Telly having sex with young Darcy, who is now being exposed to HIV too. Emotionally and physically exhausted by her ordeal and the drugs still affecting her, Jennie passes out on a couch among the other sleeping party-goers. A drunken Casper takes advantage of this situation by raping the HIV-positive girl, thus continuing the cycle.
The film ends with a soliloquy by Telly about how sex is one of his few worldly pleasures, and how without it he has nothing to live for.
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