Breaking Glass Pictures announces the U.S. theatrical release of Papu Curotto's feature film debut

 Source: Breaking Glass Pictures/Cinema Tropical Press Release 

Photo Source: Papu Curotto/Esteros
Breaking Glass Pictures announced today (Oct. 24) that Papu Curotto's feature film debut, "Esteros" will be opening at the Arena Cinema in Los Angeles on Nov.18. It then will be followed by a VOD release on Nov. 29, where it will be available on iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vudu, and On Demand through local cable and satellite providers.

The Argentinian LGBT drama premiered at Toronto's Inside Out LGBT Film Festival,  and had screened at the Los Angeles Outfest, MiFo LGBT, and Newfest in New York.

The actors in "Esteros" are Ignacio Rogers and Esteban Masturini. The two play friends (Matias and Jeronimo) that have known each other since childhood. Well before they begin high school, their friendship takes a new turn when they both experience their sexual awakening. However, Matias' father forces them apart when he takes a new job in Brazil. Well the distance and the family contempt for homosexuality leads Matias to deny his friend as well as himself.

Ten years later, Matias returns to his old town with his girlfriend. He unexpectedly runs into Jeronimo and the feelings between the two men slowly reappear, leading to a long-repressed awakening. "Esteros" is an expansion and a reworking of Curotto's short film, "Matias y Jeronimo, which two young boys are witness to a hate crime.