|Actors Rob Salerno and Trevor Ketcheson|
The film spent the last 5 years available on Dekkoo, a fine, paid subscription media streaming service focused on gay male content, until last month when the licence they purchased from me expired. (Man, how time flies!) Before Dekkoo, Tri-Curious had racked up 1.5 million hits on YouTube. The video has been private these five years to respect the licensing agreement. But now I think it's time the public be able to watch the film again without a subscription for a while.
Re-watching it, I'm super proud of the moments the filmmaking team captured with sexy actors Trevor Ketcheson, Rob Salerno and Michael Went. For my directing debut, I'm very happy with it. The opening wide shot of Queen Street East in Toronto facing south across a long-gone parking lot is no longer possible as condo construction has blocked the view we captured in late 2015.
A special shout out to the crew who worked hard over two days of shooting in autumn 2015, including cinematographer Nico Stagias, assistant director Allen Braude, associate producers Jefferson Darrell and Tom Yarith Ker, sound guys Randy Resh and Pirhan Dastoor, make-up artist Mishka Prefontaine, and musician extraordinaire Mike Freedman.
The film chronicles the last minute anxiety that threatens to ruin a young couple's first threesome together.
As a young gay male couple gets ready for their first threesome together, one half of the pair gets cold feet and wants to cancel. The trouble is, it’s 20 minutes until their “guest” is set to arrive at their apartment.
The film wasn't autobiographical but did explore some issues around sexuality, monogamy and relationships that continue to intrigue me to this day. I followed up Tri-Curious in 2020 with my next short film The Big Snore, which also did a festival run and got picked up by Dekkoo in 2021 where it will play exclusively until March 2026.
In the mean time, if you haven't seen it yet, please have a look at Tri-Curious. If you have seen it, give it another view. I hope you enjoy it!
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