SPINNING IN SLOW MOTION Short Film – Audience Feedback from April 2018 LA Film Festival

Los Angeles feedback film festival

SPINNING IN SLOW MOTION, 12min, Australia, Drama
Directed by Tess EmmersonLife is hard when you’re young, free, gay and single. In the space of 24 hours, twenty-five year old Tommy finds herself stood up on a date, sharing cheesecake with a baby, being lectured and patronised, sleeping with an off-again-on-again lover and eating ice cream in a 7/11 car park. She uses her youth to excuse her from any responsibility, but ultimately ends up spinning in slow motion, unable to save herself from the adult world. This slice of life, coming of age piece explores what happens when it all gets too much.

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