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Girl Walk All Day

Film set to the Girl Talk album All Day. I'm in no way the target audience for a film like this. I don't care for dance music and find DJ culture annoying. The closest thing to a musical that I like is The Blues Brothers but damn it this thing works. The pure joy of this movie is infectious.Trust me this is something you should check out. A truly beautiful movie here is part 1 of 12


Girl Walk // All Day: Chapter 1 from Girl Walk // All Day on Vimeo.


This is part 2 of 12


Girl Walk // All Day: Chapter 2 from Girl Walk // All Day on Vimeo.

Part 3 of 12 if the "All the single ladies" part doesn't make you smile, you have no soul and I feel sorry for you


Girl Walk // All Day: Chapter 3 from Girl Walk // All Day on Vimeo.

you can find the full film here

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