A story about five young people who neither feel male nor female, but rather position themselves somewhere in between. They all have their own struggles, but together they create a compelling story about acceptance.
Everard has twelve lifelike dolls. He talks with them, dresses them, has sex with them and loves them as if they are real people. Is he happy with this way of living or does he actually ... See full summary »
A story of seven young people that neither feel male nor female, but something in between. The film plays with the curiosity, interest and incomprehension of anything outside of the gender norm. Is everyone's gender not actually 'fluid'? Would it liberate us if we could break the narrow-mindedness about gender?
Thumbs Up! Excellent documentary, i loved every single piece and the opening scene is marvellous! Highly recommended. I saw the movie in a LGTBI festival in Madrid, and I wish for many people more to see it. Its highly emotional and you can empathise very quickly with the characters, very brave and sweet all of them.
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