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Glenn Gaylord's 'I Do' Coming to DVD, 9/3

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Glenn Gaylord's 'I Do' Coming to DVD, 9/3

Breaking Glass Pictures is pleased to announce theSeptember 3rd DVD release of I Do. Directed by Glenn Gaylord and written by star David W. Ross, I Do boasts an all-star cast including Jamie-Lynn Sigler ("The Sopranos", "Ugly Betty"), Alicia Witt (88 minutes, Urban Legend, Two Weeks Notice), Maurice Compte (End of Watch, "Breaking Bad") and Grant Bowler (Liz & Dick, "Defiance").

Jack (Ross) is a gay Brit living in New York raising his niece with his sister-in-law Mya (Witt). When Jack's work visa is denied, moving back to England isn't an option. Faced with deportation and no other means to stay in America, Jack marries his lesbian best friend Ali (Sigler). The stakes are raised even more when Jack falls for a Spanish architect Mano (Compte), a U.S. citizen. But after I.C.E officers detain and interview Ali and Jack, a terrified Ali files for divorce. Mano, ready for commitment, believes he can marry Jack and keep him in the country. Their lawyer informs them that even though Mano is a citizen, immigration is a Federal level right not afforded to gay marriage on a State level. Jack will be deported unless he marries another woman.

I Do had its world premiere at OutFest in 2012 and went on to win a number of awards on the festival circuit. Writer/star David W. Ross won the Rising Film Star Award at Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival and at Philadelphia QFest. I Do won three Audience Awards: Pittsburgh Reel Q, Bloomington Pride Film Festival, and Seattle Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.

The DVD release (SRP $24.99) will include over two hours of exclusive bonus content.


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