A Review of… Trevor (Short)

Trevor (Short)


Genre: Drama/Comedy
Running Time: 23 minutes
Director:  Peggy Rajski
Writer:  James Lecesne
Starring: Brett Barsky, Judy Kain, John Lizzi, Jonah Rooney, Stephen Tobolowsky and Cory M. Miller
Year: 1994
Language: English
Miscellaneous: Part of the Boys on Film 4: Protect Me From What I Want collection. Winner of the 1995 Best Short Film Oscar.



“Trevor is a film that deals with the very real issue of one’s self worth in the eyes of the people that matter in your life. There’s a little bit of Trevor, and Diana, in all of us”


… in 5 words:

An all round beautiful short.


… in 25 words:

There is a beautiful balance between the drama and comedy which makes this short enjoyable, digestible and hard-hitting. How have you not already seen it?


… in 50 words:

Despite coming out in 1994, Trevor still has a resonance 20 years later. There are still children out there that are forced to conform due to religion and what society thinks they should be. Trevor is refreshing because it is from the perspective of a young boy, not a man.


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