The captivating SXSW breakout LGBTQ drama See You Then tackles complex issues of gender identity, gender expression and transgender acceptance. The film follows Kris, who, a decade after abruptly breaking up with Naomi, invites her to dinner to catch-up on their complicated lives, relationships, and Kris’ transition.
Breaking Glass Pictures will release See You Then in theaters April 1, followed closely by a DVD, digital release on April 19.
See You Then is directed by Mari Walker in her directorial debut, and stars Iranian-American actress and trans rights activist Pooya Mohseni, and Taiwanese-American actress and singer Lynn Chen.
A decade after abruptly breaking up with Naomi, Kris invites her to a dinner to catch-up on their complicated lives, relationships, and Kris’ transition. Over the course of their one-night encounter, they engage in a series of increasingly intimate and vulnerable conversations, before a shocking revelation is unveiled. See You Then focuses on the universal truth that no matter how much you change, a part of you will always stay the same.
See You Then world premiered to stellar reviews at SXSW 2021, and has screened at Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Bentonville Film Festival, Outfest Fusion, InsideOut Toronto, Out on Film Atlanta, Reel Asian Film Festival, FilmOut San Diego, and many more, winning awards along the way, including Best Narrative Feature at Sun Valley Film Festival, Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Feature at DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon, Jury Honorable Mention at CAAMFEST.
“It’s a tremendous honor to be partnering with Breaking Glass Pictures to distribute See You Then”, said Walker. “Between their history of independent film success, their great team and the support they’ve already shown for our film, I feel confident we’ll be able to reach as large an audience as possible. In a time when the world is still recovering from the pandemic, the industry has a unique opportunity to refocus efforts to get minority-driven content out into the world. We are hopeful that interest in queer and AAPI stories will be fulfilled with See You Then and many more stories ahead. A special thanks goes out to The Film Collaborative, our Wefunder backers and all of our supporters and partners who have supported the film’s journey,”