Three Teasers Let You Know How to Talk to Girls at Parties


Watch three teaser trailer for How to Talk to Girls at Parties. How to Talk to Girls at Parties is based on the short story by Neil Gaiman.

Check out three How to Talk to Girls at Parties

Today brings our first good look at How to Talk to Girls at Parties, the upcoming feature film adaptation of the Neil Gaiman short story that has Hedwig and the Angry Inch‘s John Cameron Mitchell at the helm and a cast that includes Elle Fanning, Nicole Kidman and Alex Sharp. Three teasers were released through the Instagram accounts of Fanning, Gaiman and Mitchell and you check them all out in the players below!

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How to Talk to Girls at Parties takes audiences to an exotic and unusual world: suburban London in the late ’70s. Under the spell of the Sex Pistols, every teenager in the country wants to be a punk, including our hopeless hero Enn (Sharp). Crashing local punk queen Boadicea’s party, Enn discovers every boy’s dream – gorgeous foreign exchange students. When he meets the enigmatic Zan (Fanning), it’s love at first sight.

But these teens are, in fact, aliens from outer space, sent to Earth to prepare for a mysterious rite of passage. When their dark secret is revealed, the love-struck Enn must turn to Boadicea (Kidman) and her followers for help in order to save the girl he loves from certain death. When the punks take on the aliens, neither Enn’s nor Zan’s universe will ever be the same again.

Mitchell co-wrote the How to Talk to Girls at Parties screenplay with Philippa Goslett. Nico Muhly, Jamie Stewart of Xiu Xiu and Matmos are on board to compose original music and songs for the film. Neil Gaiman is executive producing alongside Howard Gertler, Iain Canning and Emile Sherman.

You can also read the full text of How to Talk to Girls at Parties at Neil Gaiman’s official site or, if you prefer, download an audio version.

What do you think of these How to Talk to Girls at Parties teasers? Are you planning to check out the film? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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