Cassandro is a new feature-length film on Prime Video, based on the true story of “The Liberace of Lucha Libre.” The movie is an Amazon production and premieres on Prime Video, Amazon’s streaming service, beginning on Friday, September 22.
Read on for how to watch Cassandro and more about the film.
- When to Watch: Cassandro premieres on Friday, September 22.
- Where to Watch: Cassandro streams on Prime Video (Try a Free Trial).
Gael García Bernal stars as the real-life Saúl Armendáriz, a homosexual amateur wrestler from El Paso, Texas, who rose to international stardom in Lucha libre wrestling. When he creates Cassandro, the proclaimed “Liberace of Lucha Libre,” he transforms the macho world of wrestling, upsetting the expectations of what it means to be a champion.
Cassandro was a critical favorite at the Sundance Film Festival and had a limited theatrical release leading up to its premiere on Prime Video.
How to Watch Cassandro
An Amazon Original production, Cassandro will be distributed exclusively through Prime Video.
If you aren’t an Amazon Prime member yet, they offer a free 30-day trial, and then subscription options include:
- A video-only plan for $8.99 a month
- Monthly Amazon Prime rate of $12.99, including all Prime benefits
- The discounted annual rate of $119, including all Prime benefits
Episodes can be streamed on the Amazon website or watched through any device that hosts the Amazon Video app, including Roku, Apple TV, Tivo, as well as smart TVs, gaming consoles, and mobile devices, either by streaming or downloading to watch offline. Visit www.amazon.com/howtostream to learn more about what devices are compatible.