Frat Star

Synopsis: "Frat Star" explores the alluring, superficial, manipulative, and dark world of Ivy League fraternity culture. An insecure, poor, and broken-hearted Nick enters freshman year with no interest in fraternities. This all changes when his old money roommate Billy convinces him to pledge.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Production: Gravitas Ventures
 
IMDB:
3.6
TV-MA
Year:
2017
85 min
105 Views

Hey!

You piece of shit. We were having

some fun for just one moment,

and then you had to go

and f*ck it up.

- I'm done listening to you.

- Well, I'll tell you something,

- you're nothin' without me.

- For the love of god,

- go away, stop!

- I've tried.

I have tried and I am out

of Patience with you.

I'm sick and tired

of being the one inside

trying to get out all the time.

Hey, I got tired

of waiting for you and...

- Ashley.

- Nick.

What are you doing here?

I thought you were

going to school today.

What's going on here?

What's he doing in your room?!

Hey man, I'm Elliot.

Actually Nick,

that's "f*ckjerry,"

- he's just being modest.

- Okay, but what's "f*ckjerry"

- doing in your bed?

- Are you calling me a slut?

- What're you doing?

- What is this?

- Your face is priceless.

- Did you take a picture of me?

- Delete it. -Elliot, could

you just give us a minute?

Yeah Elliot, can you give

us a moment, please?

That'd be great, thank you.

Thank you so much.

Why do you always do this

whenever I hang out

with a guy friend?

- You are ruining us.

- Hey, she's obviously

she's f*cking this dude, okay?

She f*cked Jerry

because she needs validation.

Lot of girls with low self-esteem

and daddy issues do that.

Hello?

Here's the deal.

We're done.

I'm out of your league.

And you're sad and pathetic

and I need someone

- who's better than you.

- Let me just hold you.

- Maybe if we held each other,

- okay, ew, ew, gross.

We would understand,

we would remember how it feels

- to be in each other's arms.

- Don't touch me.

Please, please, don't go, Ashley...

F*ck, man.

- Oh, come on.

- Sorry bro.

Hey ginger, sweet tits,

can you bring me

another beer please?

- Ginger...

- Love you.

It's me.

- Hey.

- Here you go.

Well, hello there,

Nicholas, thank you.

What's wrong?

Why... why so down?

Ashley and I kinda had

a fight today.

So what?

Big deal.

Done.

Look, here's the thing.

You're going to college, right?

Tomorrow you're gonna join

a fraternity,

you're gonna be like

your old man.

You're gonna meet

some other women there,

some other hot asses.

You are gonna have

truffle butter

out the wazoo, my friend.

That and PJ cocktails.

Every hour is gonna be

PJ cocktail hour.

- I don't know.

- Anything you want,

you're going to live

like a king.

- That's not me.

- I don't want to hear that.

You are a frat man

just like me.

- Trust me on this.

- Okay.

As long as you don't say

"PJ cocktail" ever again.

Oh, my god.

I could go for

one of those right now.

- Stop it.

- Oh, come on,

- I'm just joshin' with ya.

- It's weird, though.

- No, you're not.

- Ohh!

Oh! Look at this room.

Oh my gosh, are you Nick?

- No, I'm Nick's dad.

- Okay.

- My name's Eugene.

- Eugene.

You may have

heard of me on campus,

- they knew me as Euey.

- Euey! Yes, man!

- Billy Hawkins.

- Billy. Hi, how are you?

Nice to meet you.

I'm great.

Firm handshake

you got there, Billy.

Let me, uh, introduce

you to the, uh,

the real roommate, if I may.

- Nick.

- Hey.

Nick.

Handshake.

Hmm, look at you.

Don't need those.

Ah, look at that.

That's bonding Nick.

That's bonding, Nick.

Welcome to the first day

of the rest of your life.

Just what

we've been telling him.

That is what we have been

telling him the whole drive up.

- Wow.

- How are you?

- Oh, gosh.

- Hi.

I'm sorry, that's ginger.

She's my lovely wife.

- Billy Hawkins.

- What a pleasure.

- An honor.

- What a pleasure.

Kisses on both sides,

very European.

You know what I'm talking about.

- Oh, sure.

- Mr. Nick.

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Grant S. Johnson

Grant S. Johnson is an American screenwriter, film director, and film and theater producer. Johnson's theater credits include A Bronx Tale, The Band's Visit (musical), and an upcoming musical called Kicks. The Band's Visit was the recipient of 10 wins of its 11 nominations at the 72nd Tony Awards on June 10, 2018, including the Tony Award for Best Musical. Johnson's film debut was Frat Star, which he wrote, directed, and produced. Hunter Ryan (Other People) also produced. Frat Star was released by Gravitas Ventures in 2017 on many platforms including Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, Youtube, Verizon Fios, DirecTV, and Cox. As of January 14, 2017, the film had received 5 out of 5 stars on iTunes with 55 ratings. The poster artwork for Frat Star won the Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators.Johnson's second film is Nighthawks, currently in post-production, which he also wrote, directed, and produced. The producers are John Hart (Boys Don't Cry, Revolutionary Road), Jeffrey Sharp (You Can Count On Me, Nicholas Nickleby), and Peter Pastorelli (Beasts of No Nation, 5 to 7, When We First Met). The film stars Chace Crawford (Gossip Girl), Kevin Zegers (Transamerica), and Janet Montgomery (Black Swan). Johnson is currently producing two films, one called Dreaming American, written and directed by Lee Percy and produced by Pastorelli. The other is an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize winning Imperial Reckoning written by Caroline Elkins, which Hart is also producing and Uzodinma Iweala (Beasts of No Nation) is writing. Johnson graduated from Swarthmore College in 2014. more…

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