August, Eldar Rapaport's (Steam) expansion of his award-winning short film Postmortem, debuts on DVD August 14th from Wolfe Video. It will be available early across all digital platforms today, July 3rd.
Remaining tender and intricate, and told from multiple perspectives, August poignantly explores the complexities of love and intimacy in the modern world, and shows viewers that matters of the heart are never black and white. Murray Bartlett (Needle), Daniel Dugan (Edison) and AdrIan Gonzalez (TV's "The Bold and the Beautiful") star as the trio engaged in a heartbreaking love triangle.
Over one smoldering Los Angeles summer, emotions run high when the relationship between Jonathan (Daniel Dugan) and Raul (AdrIan Gonzalez) is tested. Jonathan receives a message that his former partner Troy (Murray Bartlett) is back in town after years in Barcelona. A seemingly innocent rendezvous with Troy disrupts Jonathan and Raul's life together and revives Jonathan's long buried desire and intense longing for Troy. This blast from the past becomes a passionate affair and develops into a tangled love triangle.
AUGUST has a running time of 105 minutes and is not rated. The DVD will come with extras including Behind the Scenes Featurette, trailer and closed captions.
Consumers can purchase from retailers nationwide or order DVDs by calling 1-800-GET-WOLFE or visiting www.WolfeVideo.com. Consumers looking to rent or download AUGUST will find it available on multiple Internet, VOD and broadcast platforms.
Serving customers since 1985, Wolfe is the largest exclusive distributor of LGBT films. Recent major Wolfe titles include: Sundance Audience Award winner, Undertow (Peru's submission for the Academy Awards); the wildly popular Berlinale Teddy Award winner, Tomboy and 2012 Sundance hit Mosquita y Mari. Wolfe is also well known for the DVD releases of such beloved classics as Desert Hearts, Big Eden, Were The World Mine and A Marine Story. Wolfe's acclaimed motion picture library can be found at WolfeVideo.com as well as at national retailers such as Netflix, Barnes & Noble, Amazon and VOD destinations such as Comcast, Time Warner, YouTube Movies, Hulu, iTunes and, of course, WolfeOnDemand.com.