Release Date: August 24, 2020
Run Time: 1 hour & 25 minutes
Reviewed By: Adam
“A filmmaker (Al Bailey) follows his friend and widowed pilot across the world, to find love on Tinder. The quest spins to an expose of depraved behaviour.“
My initial thought of DTF is, this has to be staged… but hot damn, what a wild ride! This is a train wreck that I couldn’t keep my eyes off. The movie takes such a drastic turn from the plot of finding love on Tinder.
There’s so many times I wanted to punch “Christian” in the face. I’m still not quite sure how Al didn’t. Unfortunately, we all probably know someone like this. It’s sad to see because “Christian” really does need help. DTF also kind of makes me nervous about flying now. Not sure if this is how ALL pilots act or “Christian” is just an outlier, but either way, it wouldn’t be a terrible idea to take what happened here and make a spin-off documentary that follows around other pilots. I’d love to see if they’re all this wild!
DTF definitely gets off to a slow start. In fact, during those first few minutes I was thinking to myself, why am I watching some random pilot go on Tinder dates? Once it picks up though… it doesn’t slow down. So don’t get discouraged early on. Trust me.
DTF is now available on VOD!