The nearly five minute clip, which takes some inspiration from early 20th century silent films, follows Willam on a journey to find a guy that he meets in the airport. His only clue is that the guy left the airport with Amanda Lepore, so he uses the Moovz mobile app to get help finding them.
Here’s the hilarious video that Willam filmed during Tel Aviv pride…
Here’s more about Moovz, according to the ‘About Us’ section on their website:
[quote]Moovz was created with a vision to provide the global gay community a common space to feel free to speak, free to share and free to be. We have built a one-of-a-kind social platform that aims to change the way individuals communicate and unify.
“Our innovative, visually creative platform was designed to satisfy our users’ needs and demands. Moovz allows people from all over the world to unite based on shared interests, common beliefs and like-minds.
“Moovz integrates real world situations, real people with virtual experiences and fun avatars. Here, you are able to meet new people using our cool and advanced search tools, engage in real-time and share exciting moments by uploading pictures, videos and stories. You can even interact with selected friends in the private room where you can enjoy additional features within your personal space.
“In Moovz, you can also easily switch locations, jump from Japan to New York in the click of a button, and instantly read new feeds, connect with different people and make new friends. Using our incredible platform, you now have the chance to meet people from faraway places, learn about other cultures and have experiences you would not have been able to have without Moovz.
“It is in this revolutionary new world, that you can meet a new travel friend, learn about top news stories, and possibly even meet that special someone, all on one platform, Moovz.”[/quote]