Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Ariztical Entertainment's Waterberry Tears Makes Its DVD Debut On Sept. 24

DVD & Blu-ray Release Report, Ralph Tribbey
Ariztical Entertainment will be bringing director Adrian Aldaz’s Waterberry Tears, the insightful story of a gay high school student named Goyo (Raul Rodriguez) growing up in the tightknit farming community of Coachella, to the home entertainment market this September.   

The DVD debut date for this winner of the 2011 Silver Palm Award at the Mexico International Film Festival will be Sept. 24.

Drawing upon his own experiences growing up in the Coachella Valley, filmmaker Aldaz (with a script from his former school mate, Jamie Soria) expertly blends the culture, lifestyles (mores) and tough working conditions of the Mexican immigrants of the area with the personal story Goyo’s forbidden sexual leanings — a no-no in his father’s eyes and a source of deep family conflict.

As if the tension wasn’t ratcheted-up high enough, it soon reaches a boiling point when a newly arrived farmhand named Lucio (Daniel Lugo) moves into the area and manages to have relationships with both Goyo and Goyo’s twin sister, Rosa (Mayra Gil) … love, betrayal and both the fabric of family and of the community as a whole will be tested in this heartfelt drama.

DVD & Blu-ray Release Report, Ralph Tribbey
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