45min | Documentary | Video 1995
Imagine nine, peach-fuzzed young teasers in a milk and cookies spoof of the world’s most famous all male dance troupe! Aaron, Simon, Sid, Kyle and their pals will gyrate their way into your heart and make you chuckle aloud at their puppyish exuberance and camaraderie. Watch the guys at rehearsal and later on stage, as they reveal some of their most exotic costumes and dance routines to an enthusiastic audience of female bubblegummers. Then meet these charming pre-teen dreamboys up close and personal, as they discuss their lives and passions, and then get wild in a spirited game of shirts and skins soccer
This is relatively rare and somewhat hard to find, but it’s a very sweet little film and well-worth the effort to do so. It’s a documentary about a group of young English boys who love to dance, and so they do their own take-off on the famed Chippendales male dancers, including the requisite hip thrusts and all sorts of wiggles and gyrations, basically shaking their little booties all over the place (which apparently some misguided souls took moral umbrage with, but it’s entirely innocent, they are having the time of their lives, and they’re just being boys)…but beyond the dancing, it’s just a story about the boys, their hopes, dreams and aspirations. The dancing is very cute, but I enjoyed that insight into the boys lives even more.
Director: Kevin McDermott
Stars: Kyle Donnelly, Simon Griffiths, Jordan Miles