A transgender Native Hawaiian teacher inspires a young girl to fulfill her destiny of leading the school's male hula troupe, even as she struggles to find love and a committed relationship in her own life.
Leo Anderson Akana,
In February, 2004, with the help of Eve Ensler and Jane Fonda, a group of transgender women put on the first all-transgender production of "The Vagina Monologues", including a new monologue... See full synopsis »
Christine D. Beatty,
This is a wonderful documentary, not just about Madison's transition but for me more about the love of his family. Her Grandmother to me is the star of the movie. She is 81 & so caring, current & loving. Everyone should have a Grandma like her. Even though the basis for the documentary was following Madison's operation & life, I found myself so impressed with the love & support her family gives her. She is very lucky, not many people in her position get the support they need. The love Madison finds with her boyfriend is beautiful to watch. He loves her & I would love a follow up a few years from now to see how it played out & how Madison's life has changed.
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