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Berlin: Amazon Takes Chilean LGBTQ Drama 'My Tender Matador' for Latin America (Exclusive)

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Amazon Prime Video has swooped on the critically acclaimed Chilean LGBTQ+ drama My Tender Matador for Latin America. The film —which first bowed in the Venice Days sidebar of the 2020 Venice Film Festival —won the audience award in the Open Horizons section of the 2020 Thessaloniki Film Festival.

Meanwhile, its lead actor Alfredo Castro won two major awards at the 35th Guadalajara International Film Festival: Mexican Premio Mezcal best actor and Premio Maguey best performance.

Based on the novel of the same name by noted LGBTQ+ activist and writer Pedro Lemebel and written and directed by award-winning director Rodrigo Sepúlveda Urzúa, My Tender Matador, set in 1986 under Pinochet's dictatorship, tells the story of the intimate friendship.

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