Getting Go: The Go Doc Project
Getting Go: The Go Doc Project is a 2013 pseudo-documentary film written and directed by Cory James Krueckeberg.
Doc (Tanner Cohen) is an average gay college student awaiting graduation and living in New York City; his social life is mostly on the web. He is obsessed with Go (Matthew Camp), a hot go-go dancer at various clubs. Doc spends his evenings creating photoshopped nude photos of Go. One night he drunkenly sends an email to Go pretending to make a documentary about the NYC club scene and asking if Go would be the subject of the film. Surprisingly, Go replies and agrees to be filmed. The fake film project becomes a reality as Doc follows Go through his daily routine and sees what life is like for him. The two grow closer to each other eventually becoming a couple. Doc comes out of his shell and Go proves to be a lot deeper than the shallow façade he displays.
|keywords||club scene college student create even film project go-go dancer new york city nightclub obsess one night photo manipulation photoshopped social life than the web world wide web|
|producer||Cory Krueckeberg Tom Gustafson|
|theme||documentary independent lgbt-related pseudo-documentary|