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The film is charming, sweet, and actually shows off some really impressive breakdancing from Gjelten, who we sat down with to learn more about what prompted the making of and how much of the world captured on camera was taken from his real life.
Take a look at the film, then read our chat below: The Loneliest Boy Band from Natalie Fält on Vimeo. Does it draw from real life - are you actually a Backstreet Boys fan? Though in high school it felt a little scary to be “out” about the hormonal attraction but I have since come to terms with it.
is a new short written by Natalie Fält & Arne Gjelten, Fält directing and Gjelten starring as a boyband-obsessed young man named Dusty who can't help but break into dance most anywhere he goes.
Over the course of the film, we see Dusty step outside the comfort of the Backstreet Boys shrine of his room and into the real world, as he embarks upon a date set up online to go get spaghetti.
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I don’t know that I’ve ever been stood up as totally as Dusty has, but his willingness, or desperation, to throw himself into such a vulnerable situation is impressive.
I admire his putting himself out there in such a big way, shopping for a new outfit and getting a table at a nice restaurant, all these traditional, old world customs that would make me so anxious to do. Did you learn to dance for this - or is it a passion you've had for a while? In high school I’d come home after play practice and watch 106 & Park and try to learn all of Aaliyah’s choreography.
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