On Halloween night, two middle-aged couples prepare to attend a friend's annual party. Though the evening begins as usual, familiar traditions slowly unravel when the foursome shares a bottle of South American ceremonial wine made from the skin of blue dart tree frogs. Under the influence of this tribal truth serum, they share an unpredictable and hilarious night of unbridled honesty that stretches the bounds of their friendship forever.
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Did You Know?
Lauren said that the blue-colored wine is made from the skin of the Blue Dart Tree Frog. It's a real animal with scientific name "Dendrobates azureus", which habitat is in central and south America. The skin of this frog contains alkaloid poison that causes paralysis, which can be lethal to humans as it could paralyze the heart muscles. It's called dart frog because the Amerindian tribes put the frog's poison on the tip of their darts and arrows. However, the level of toxicity of the blue frog's poison is considered mild. The most toxic dart frog is the golden-colored one, "Phyllobates terribilis", that has enough poison to kill 20 men or 10,000 mice. See more
What is wrong with Winnie the Pooh?
Oh, you want to talk to me about Winnie the Pooh? Is that what you're saying? Well, I'll tell you about Winnie the fucking Pooh. Winnie the Pooh is an obsessive-compulsive addict who will do anything to score his next fix. They say it's honey he's after, but it may as well be crack or crystal meth. He talks about it. He sings about it. He thinks about it every minute of every day. His best friend Piglet? Neurotic and latently gay. Why else would he have a ...
References 9½ Weeks
Written by German Zegarra Farfan & Max Arroyo Gutierrez
Performed by Los Kipus
Courtesy of IEMPSA & ADYPAC See more