An in-depth look at Hollywood's depiction of transgender people and the impact of those stories on transgender lives and American culture.

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Sam Feder
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Laverne Cox ... Self - Actress
Bianca Leigh ... Self - Actress / Writer
Jen Richards ... Self - Actress / Writer
Alexandra Billings ... Self - Actress / Educator
Susan Stryker ... Self - Historian
Yance Ford ... Self - Filmmaker
Lilly Wachowski ... Self - Filmmaker
Brian Michael Smith ... Self - Actor
Tiq Milan ... Self - Media Maker / Writer
Nick Adams ... Self - GLAAD Director of Trans Media & Representation
Zeke Smith ... Self - Writer
Rain Valdez ... Self - Actress / Producer
Elliot Fletcher ... Self - Actor
Marquise Vilson ... Self - Actor (as Marquise Vilsón)
Jazzmun ... Self - Actress
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An in-depth look at Hollywood's depiction of transgender people and the impact of those stories on transgender lives and American culture.

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All interviewees are transgender themselves. See more »

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Self - Filmmaker: Marian Wright Edelman said, "Children cannot be what they cannot see." And it's not just about children. It's about all of us. We cannot be a better society until we see that better society. I cannot be in the world until I see that I am in the world.
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Crazy, I remember watching a lot of the shows and movies mentioned growing up but never gave it much thought. I was raised to see people's hearts. I must admit I cried after the clip of the father and she started talking about how she wished she had that type of love. I believe we are one, that there's good in all of us ( some have it hidden so far deep within though), we deserve peace and love ESPECIALLY those of us that has been hurt physically, mentally, emotionally, and sexually. Pain doesn't go away over time and we NEED to heal, so that we may be loved, love ourselves, and others.


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USA

Release Date:

19 June 2020 (USA) See more »

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