Roselyn Sanchez and D.B. Sweeney star in "Yellow," a romantic drama about a young woman who travels to New York City to follow her dream of becoming a professional dancer.
After the death of her crippled father, who was once a great ballet star in New York City, Amaryllis (Sanchez), decides to move from her native Puerto Rico to the Big Apple in search of a new life.
Upon her arrival, with no job and nowhere to live, Amaryllis turns to working in a strip club to make ends meet. She quickly creates a new family in New York by befriending an older man in her building, a washed-out poetry professor named Miles Emory, as well as her co-workers at the strip club.
Increasingly desperate, Amaryllis seriously injures herself during a performance one night at the club, only to be saved by Christian (Sweeney), a doctor in the audience. Miles' poem "Yellow" inspires Amaryllis to seek a Broadway dancing job and her emotional connection to Miles helps to give him a reason for living that eluded her father.
As Amaryllis' relationship with Christian turns into a love affair, she must make a choice between the security of his love and following her dream.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release this sexy high-energy dance film on July 31st.
"Yellow" will be presented in anamorphic widescreen (2.35:1) with audio in English, Spanish (Dolby 5.1) and French (Dolby Stereo), along with subtitles in English, French, Spanish, Chinese and Korean.
Special features will include deleted scenes and an interview with Roselyn Sanchez.
The Suggested Retail price will be 24.96, although most stores will be selling this for about $19.00.