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Getting Go: The Go Doc Project [DVD]

4.3 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Tanner Cohen, Matthew Camp, Ramón Olmos Torres
  • Directors: Cory Krueckeberg
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Peccadillo Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 23 Jun. 2014
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00HFULWLO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,486 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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College boy Doc (Tanner Cohen, Were The World Mine) is obsessed with a well-known NYC go-go dancer, nicknamed Go (Matthew Camp). He befriends his hunky crush with the intention of shooting a movie about what it's like to live in his skin. Camera in hand, he follows his subject across the city: into bars, onto rooftops and dance floors and ultimately his bedroom.

But as they grow closer, flirtation blurs the line between subject and filmmaker until a steamy night together solidifies deeper feelings. Cory Kruekeberg's explicit directorial debut explores the thrill and danger of getting exactly what you wished for.

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At the beginning of Getting Go the images come at you in a confusion of online photos and text as Doc is looking at the website of a go-go-box dancer he fancies. He then goes to the club where he works and meets this boy - called Go - and pretends to be making a documentary he wants him to be the subject of. Go goes along with it, Doc starts filming, and bit by bit they fall into a relationship. Up to this point I enjoyed the film a lot, as it did seem to take you inside Go's living space quite effectively. The two boys are quite the opposite, Doc being very uptight and innocent and Go being very laid-back and free. Once they are in bed it shows their sexual exploration quite lyrically, and Go always looks hot whether in the bedroom or on his box - he certainly knows how to gyrate.

However there are problems: the film is so free it starts to seem more like an idea than a proper film, and the director doesn't quite make the move from the online world to a sense of life as it is lived. There is very little context for Doc's life, and neither character seems to have any friends or relations. It's just about video footage and encounters in Go's flat, a bit of discussion about art, and some kissing in the street. There are quite long passages of pop songs heard over kissing or sex scenes that look nice but don't help to give more substance. The film also has a very experimental feel, using split screen quite often, which I find alienating, but others may like it more. It seems to stop you being at all immersed in what you are seeing, which is generally what I want to feel in a film, especially one about emotions. But even with these reservations I still like the film, particularly Doc's lack of confidence and Go's dancing in his gear in the club.
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This is a low budget film made by the very gifted Cory Krueckeberg in his directorial debut. He wrote the wonderful `Were the world mine' which starred Tanner Cohen as does this film. Tanner plays Doc, he is a withdrawn, nearly graduated student who writes a blog, lives on Facebook and indulges in cyber sex. He has also gotten all gooey eyed over a go go dancer called `Go' - now you see where the title comes from.

Anyway he hatches a plan that Machiavelli would have been jolly well proud of. He pretends to be making a documentary about go go dancers and wants Go to be the star. As contrived as that is, it actually worked and so the journey begins. Go is played by the very good looking Mathew Camp who puts in a very good performance. Like all journeys though this one is going to have a few bumps along the way.

The two main characters are virtually the only players here and yet you don't notice as they manage to create such believable on screen chemistry. It also seems to be filmed on a handcam which is intentional. There are a few nods to Andy Warhol here too and some of it is filmed in monochrome. The use of split screens is also prevalent and is often done for visual impact rather than to give two perspectives. The soundtrack is rather good too, featuring Patrick Wolf among many and always seems to fit perfectly with the on screen action - it has an innovative poetic quality to it. There is little in the way of bedroom romping but Go seems to spend most of his time in underwear which is absolutely not an issue as far as I am concerned. So for a thoughtful, different and quite intelligent gay film this one should be the one to `Go' with - sorry terrible pun.
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A really tedious and irritating film. Disappointing.
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Oh dear- I hired this movie with great expectations having read the positive reviews on here. Sadly they turned out to be far too positive- because this movie has virtually no plot- and gets SO boring that you inevetably fast forward it-hoping for something better to develop. Alas-nothing does. Its more of the same! Dirge dirge and more dirge. There is really no substance to this move- its like watching paint dry. My advice would be to just not bother wasting your time.
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This film is extremely watchable, not the greatest film ever but it had moments of real tenderness between the two characters. I actually believed that there was a connection, especially when they were laying in bed together, talking, idly playing with each others' hands etc., Mostly real affection doesn't shine through in gay movies, can only think of one other instance where I thought the interaction was real, that was in the first episode of "Tales in the city" where Michael Mouse and John were in bed together. I would highly recommend this film (it wont be to every ones' taste), if for no other reason than Matthew Camp comes across as being not only sexy but really likable.
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A little masterpiece. The relationship between the star struck university trained geek and the thoughtful dancer making a living from his body is wonderfully subversive. It is all told in the first person by the geek, but there is a Flaubertian sub text which he does not understand but which we the viewers can see even though he is supposedly our eyes and ears to the story. In truth, it is the geek who is obsessed, fetishizing his idol but not seeing him rationally and critically, while it is the dancer who is shrewder, more idealistic, and more thoughtful than he. When the geek asks the dancer what his favourite part of his own body is, the dancer says "my brain", but the geek rejects that as a possible answer. When the geek asks the dancer what he finds attractive in another person, the dancer says "the ability to communicate", but although that is what makes the geek attractive to the dancer, the geek brushes it aside and continues to focus relentlessly on the physical. It is the dancer who knows about Andy Warhol and the geek (who is meant to be the intellectual with a camera) who has to look him up. The dancer is in love with the geek, but the geek is only in lust with the dancer. There is a satisfyingly ambiguous conclusion, which I will not spoil, but I will say that it shows that the geek is better at fantasy than noticing what is being offered to him right there under his nose. Good soundtrack too.
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