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Cherry Pop
Directed byAssaad Yacoub
Produced byAlex Lampsos, Assaad Yacoub
Written byNick Landa
StarringAllusia Alusia, Misty Violet, Tempest Dujour, Caldwell Tidicue, Lars Berge, Mayhem Miller, Detox Icunt
CinematographyDiego Gilly
Edited byNick Landa
Distributed byWolfe Releasing, Wolfe Video
Release date
September 22, 2017
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Cherry Pop is a US comedy musical film directed by Assaad Yacoub and written by Nick Landa, that was released on September 22, 2017 and distributed by Wolfe Releasing (United States) and Wolfe Videos (Australia).[1] The film is available on online platforms such as Amazon Instant Video and Netflix.[2]

Plot[3][edit | edit source]

Cherry Pop is the name of the small drag club in the film. It is called Cherry Pop because every night they "pop someone's cherry" as a new drag performer. The film is centered around the one night where they have the lead character, played by Lars Berge, be the 'cherry', or new performer of the night. Only thing is, the cherry didn't fit in with the rest of the drag queens. He was a straight man with a fiancee, who also wanted to sing live. The other drag queens didn't welcome him and actually kicked him out of the bar before he could perform. But that was just one of the problems backstage and onstage throughout the night. From problems as serious as suicide to problems as simple as barf this movie deals with it all in one night. The cherry eventually comes back and sings his rendition of 'Ave Maria' live due to a power outage, with his fiancee in the audience, and eventually gets accepted from the other queens due to his heartwarming performance.

There are many minor problems throughout the movie as well. There is a constant feud between the characters Blanquisha and White Chocolate which gets resolved during the mass number on stage. Also, the headlining performer, Lady Zaza, was suffering with grief from the loss of her muse and didn't know how to handle it. The Cherry's debut performance inspires her so much that she gains the strength to perform the mass number at the end of the film.

Cast[4][edit | edit source]

  • Allusia Alusia as Dellusia
  • Misty Violet as Ariella
  • Tempest Dujour as Lady Zaza, the headlining performer of Cherry Pop and the original first cherry.
  • Caldwell Tidicue as Kitten Withawhip
  • Lars Berge as 'The Cherry'
  • Mayhem Miller as Blanquisha
  • Detox Icunt as White Chocolate

Reception[edit | edit source]

Awards[5][edit | edit source]

Wins[edit | edit source]

  • International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema, London (Festival Award)
    • Best Feature Comedy (2017)
  • Oslo/Fusion International Film Festival (Queer Youth Jury Prize)
    • Honorable Mention (2017)
  • Reel Pride Film Festival (Audience Award)
    • Audience Award (2017)

Nominations[edit | edit source]

  • International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema, London (Festival Award)
    • Best Film (2017)
    • Best Director (2017)
    • Best Cinematography in a Feature Film (2017)
    • Best Editing of a Feature Film (2017)
    • Best Original Score (2017)

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Cherry Pop (2017), retrieved 2018-01-08
  2. "Cherry Pop Film". Cherry Pop. Retrieved 2018-01-08.
  3. "Cherry Pop | Netflix". www.netflix.com. Retrieved 2018-01-08.
  4. Cherry Pop (2017), retrieved 2018-01-08
  5. Cherry Pop, retrieved 2018-01-08


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