An interabled queer couple spends the night together for the first time, and confronts their complex relationships with desire, sexuality, bodily autonomy, and what it means truly to love another person.


Romance, Queer, Disabled, Drama, Short



Writer & Director: Daisy Friedman
Producer: Justine Sweetman, Eve Robitshek, Daisy Friedman, Aspen Nelson
Production Company: Real New Collective
Cinematographer: Idil Eryurekli
Production Designer: Isabella Evans
Editor: Sophie Worm
Composer: Joseph Magee
Intimacy Coordinator: Acacia DëQueer

Millie: Bri Scalesse
Piper: Estefanía Giraldo
Onyx (wheelchair): Onyx

1st AD: Aspen Nelson
2nd AD: Zoë Marie Jimenez
1st AC: Gabriele Esposito-Wilcock
Gaffer: Helena Holland Breger
Key Grip: Rutuja Sawant
Location Sound Mixer: Cassandra Honecker
PA: GG Guterman
PA: Jonah Feinberg
PA: Anna Mayo
Post Supervisor: Sam Reiss
Colorist: Calvin Bellas
Visual Effects: Jason Guerrero

Special Thanks: Ali Stroker, Valiant Pictures, Ashley Eakin, Liam Cronin

Director Thanks: Joey Hoffman, Josh Friedman & Susi Amendola, Eden Ben-Haim & Natalya Morgan

Awards and Festivals

Official Selection

National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY)
Wicked Queer
Berkshire International Film Festival
Inside Out


Colin Higgins Youth Filmmaker Grant


This is a beautifully crafted film that explores the complexities of interabled queer relationships with grace and sensitivity. The film’s portrayal of intimacy and vulnerability between the two main characters is both authentic and moving. The disabled main character’s experiences are depicted with honesty and respect. The film tackles important themes such as relationships, desire and sexuality, making it a powerful and thought-provoking viewing experience.

Leomary Rodriguez
Program Director, National Film Festival for talented youth