The Hollywood Reporter has posted that indie distributor Film Movement has bought the North American rights to the Argentinian coming-of-age drama. The company is planning to kick off the film's North American release with screentime in New York this May, and a national rollout to follow. The film focuses on Efron's Alex, a young hermaphrodite living as a girl and not feeling completely comfortable in his/her skin. (S)he struggles with the pressures of parental expectation, the pressures of keeping such a big secret, and burgeoning sexual feelings. For now, you can check out my TIFF review here, and trailers/clips here.
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