Threesomething is a story of friendship, loneliness, and a botched threesome. It aims to explore the awkwardness at the heart of so many male friendships and expose the kind of feelings we’re not supposed to talk about, much less make movies about.
The film is the product of a creative partnership and best-friendship between James Morosini and Sam Sonenshine and co-stars Isabelle Chester. They made the film on a micro budget with limited equipment. Rather than limiting them, this scrappy, stripped-down approach put the emphasis on story telling and raw emotional honesty.
I sat down with James and Sam to ask them how they did it and how anyone with a phone can too.
“SPECTACLE IS EXPENSIVE, BUT YOU CAN SHOOT HONESTY ON YOUR PHONE.”
Read on at Broke-Ass Stuart.