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Film Review: Tender (short film) (2015)

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Another short film! Today we have TENDER, written by Steven Rodgers and directed by Joseph R. Davis & Brian Gerson.

This is another of those films that I can’t talk much about without ruining the surprise. But I’ll do my best.

The film stars Ryan Demarest as a young man entertaining a pretty girl for dinner on what appears to be a first date. However, from the very first moments of the film, we know there’s something wrong with this situation. And as the story unfolds, we see just how wrong.


This was a good short. Concise, direct, didn’t screw around getting to the meat of the story. The performance by Mr. Demarest is damn impressive. He gives us so much in such a short time, and while all of our questions are not answered we can see the credits roll feeling fairly satisified that we have a grip on the situation.

I liked it. It’s worth a watch.

So using my special short scale of one to five, five being awesome, I’m giving this film 3 wine glasses.

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