Excessive College Teenagers in 1979 suburb of New Orleans (Fats City) go to nightclubs and discos when the consuming age was simply 18 years outdated and probably not enforced. Elvis Costello, The Knack and KC & The Sunshine Band have featured music in this impartial film. Its Paul’s Senior yr and Ashley wants to be his girlfriend, but the cops and a roving eye retains Paul chasing cheerleaders and young fashions in his Babylon Modeling class.. Incredible Fat City, New Orleans Tara, Paul’s ex-girlfriend causes issues whereas his pot dealer’s girlfriend has other issues in thoughts.
Can we are saying ‘shot gun?’ This coming of age comedy also has background score by ‘That 70’s Present’ composer, Brett Perry and spotlights the ‘high’ days of 1979. I actually enjoyed this humorous "coming of age" type film! Watching this film, it struck me how close to reality the characters were, particularly Paul, a modern-day Casanova and never unlike at the moment's metro sexual! I thought the dialog was snappy and good and beloved the look of the movie. As someone who has lived a big part of my 35 years within the Fat Metropolis area I would like to thank the filmmakers for documenting the Fats City space of New Orleans since there may be little or no literature / media about the space and its perspective from youngsters growing up within the area.
See this film, it’s an effective way to experience time in an space lengthy forgotten and seldom shared!.