Tandem is a universal story, which speaks the language of love and lust, emotions and psychology. A hard-hitting, haunting, provocative British drama, the narrative is as timeless as a ...
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Tandem is a universal story, which speaks the language of love and lust, emotions and psychology. A hard-hitting, haunting, provocative British drama, the narrative is as timeless as a Greek tragedy - placed in the context of a sensual and contemporary world. It is honest and frank in it's depictions of psychology and sexuality. It is a film about emotion. And - no matter who you are - it is a film about you and me. Told through two interwoven time-lines, Tandem offers a no-holds barred glimpse into an intense gay relationship, where the love is expressed physically, tenderly and where the emotions run deep. It is a universal story which should reach out to anybody who knows how it feels to love.Written by
Adrian Hume Robinson won the 'Best Actor' award at the MiMi LGBT Short Film Festival in Barcelona, Spain (2012) for this short. See more »
The first version, screened only in Brazil but then withdrawn for re-editing, had a runtime of 13m 58s. The significant differences were at the start and end of the film. The now-deleted scene at the start involved a bunch of roses hitting the floor harshly, in slow-mo, while the end credits were much longer/slower. See more »