Breaking Glass Pictures has kicked off 2015 by acquiring four new films for distribution.
“Saugatuck Cures” stars “Glee’s” Max Adler and follows Drew and his best friend Brett as they set out on a road trip to pose as ex-gay ministers using exuberant high jinks to scam churchgoers, all in order to raise money for his mother’s experimental cancer treatment. “Saugatuck Cures” will have a limited theatrical release this spring.
“Such Good People” follows a young gay couple that discovers a secret room filled with cash while house-sitting for friends. The cast includes Michael Urie (“Ugly Betty”), Randy Harrison (“Queer As Folk”), Ana Ortiz (“Devious Maids”), Scott Wolf (“Party of Five”) and NSYNC’s Lance Bass. “Such Good People” will be released on DVD and VOD April 14.
“The Dickumentary” tells the story of the penis— from its evolution as a biological structure millions of years ago in prehistoric fish, to today. It will be available on DVD and VOD March 31.
The steamy S&M favorite “The Pet” will be released on DVD and VOD starting March 10. The DVD will include a special unreleased director’s cut.