Elliot Tittensor (TV's Shameless) stars as Daz in headlining film 'Protect Me from What I Want', a gripping British film debut that sees him woo a young lad in an underpass, only to be threatened with a break-up the following morning. Passive and submissive roles are tackled and tugged in gay graffiti tale 'Vandals' and Icelandic grapple-fest 'Wrestling', while 'Postmortem', 'My Name is Love', and Iris Prize winner 'Steam' look at promising encounters that turn awry. Rounding out the collection are 'Heiko', an alternative ode to foot fetishes, 'Breath' where 12 year old Erik swims out to sea to make a daring move on his best friend s father, and the crème de la crème from this collection 'Trevor', which won multiple prestigious awards from Sundance, Teddy Berlinale and even The Academy Awards (Oscar) for Best Short Film.
Shorts Comprise: - Trevor
- Protect Me from What I Want
- My Name is Love
- Boys on Film 4: Protect Me from What I Want review by TB
These ‘Boys on Film’ short film series are very hit and miss and on most occasions have a hit and miss selection in each offering. Apart from the first two short films in this series, this series is poor overall.
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