By: Daniel P’Lopez

“Bad Together” explores the complexities or relationships and the dynamics between two individuals who initially connect but struggle to find common ground. The film delves into themes of self-discovery, personal growth, and the importance of understanding and accepting one another.

Andreas Erickson portrays Robbie, a character who is recovering from a previous relationship when Cameron, played by Queer Niro, enters his life. Robbie is more reserved and grounded, having just come out of a long-term relationship. On the other hand, Cameron is more flamboyant and carefree, living life on his own terms. Despite their differences, the two are drawn to each other and share a strong chemistry.

As the story unfolds, the initial excitement and passion in their relationship begin to wane. And they start facing challenges due to their contrasting lifestyles. Forcing them to question whether they are compatible in the long run.

The film is directed by Jono Mitchell, a filmmaker from Atlanta, Georgia. Mitchell drew inspiration from his own life experiences and relationships with friends to develop the concept for “Bad Together”. The movie aims to provide an authentic portrayal of the complexities and ups and downs that can arise in romantic relationships.

Jono who has worked on Adult Swim digital shows like “Dear Jono” and “Still Stupid Morning BS,” as well as “Miles from nowhere,” His contributions to these shows have garnered recognition, and he was named a 2023 creative to watch by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
“Bad Together” offers a thought-provoking exploration of the challenges and growth that can arise in relationships.

“Bad Together”, releases on December 5, on DEKKOO films, a subsidiary of the Dekkoo streaming platform. It is available for TVOD rental across numerous platforms including Apple, Amazon, Google, and many others in 2024.

For more information, visit www.dekkoo.com