The “Whip it!” dance craze of the 1980s is all but forgotten in the modern day, but one of its original creators is hoping that people will start rethinking the iconic dance move and rethinking how it is performed.
“Wrecker” star Sarah Michelle Gellar is currently filming a documentary about her own history of drug addiction and how it has affected her life and the lives of others, and she recently spoke to MTV News about her new film.
“I was trying to figure out how to make it feel like it was happening with my body, my emotions and my thoughts,” Gellar said.
“And then I realized, ‘Wait a minute, it’s happening with your body.'”
Gellar’s documentary, “Whips,” is set to air in January on HBO, and the actress shared a few thoughts on how she is trying to understand what she’s experiencing and how she wants the story to end.
“When I look at it from a different perspective, it seems like it’s a really personal thing,” Geller said.
“[My father] died when I was 3 years old, and I didn’t know what was going on with him and what was happening in his life.
It’s like, ‘Why are we doing this documentary?’
I feel like the whole world is trying so hard to understand this.”
Gellar said she is working on a documentary for HBO that will focus on the way she experiences her addiction and its effect on her.
“This documentary is kind of about my life, and how I see it and the world,” she said.
“Whips” follows the rise and fall of the iconic hip-hop star, who has made an impact in the entertainment industry.
She has been in multiple films, including the 2009 film “The Passion of the Christ,” starring Sandra Bullock, that garnered critical acclaim.
The actor has also been known to have her own spin-off series, “The Bachelor,” and even a spinoff series for “Game of Thrones,” “A Song of Ice and Fire,” but “Wails” is the first to focus on her own addiction and her own life.
“It’s just a beautiful story,” Gellar said of her film.
“It’s kind of a love story between a woman and her addiction.
It has this little, little, tiny moment in there that is a really interesting way of exploring what it’s like to be addicted to something.
I think the whole movie, in its entirety, will probably be around the love story.
The love story is what I think it is.”