The Art of the Short Film: SPiN - The IndieWire Review


"Last we heard about Hartley Sawyer and Wilson Cleveland, they were in a truly destructive, nightmarish relationship. That was “Kept Man.” The pair’s moved on, but the nightmare hasn’t ended. Taking on Wall Street, irresponsible corporate spending, and the seedy truth behind the news, their latest short film, SPiN is a doozy.  Cleveland, the film’s gay writer-actor, plays James Locke, a journalist aching for the story that could turn his whole world upside down. Sawyer plays Scott Angelus, the “Prince of Wall Street” whose father has given him control of a large portion of his firm’s assets. And in SPiN they meet for an on-air interview. It’s one for the ages."

Read the IndieWIRE review of SPiN.