this special was, like, tailor-made for gay people…goldie and liza singing “all that jazz” together during the finale was truly iconic
watch it here
this definitely was very dated in the way it navigates being trans and showcases the steps of self-discovery that trans people take during their journeys, but it was honestly great to see real trans people from almost 40 years ago share their authentic experiences.
while not the ideal way to handle the subject matter, i really do appreciate this doc for what it is.
didn’t rewatch, but just wanted to share this!
kinema is doing a virtual watch party of this film, where tickets are $5 and ALL proceeds will go to the National Network of Abortion Funds. please consider going to this or at least buying a ticket even if you don’t go!
tickets can be bought HERE!
absolutely loved this! i loved okuno’s short film Slut and had high hopes for this, and this totally met those expectations.
the horror in this is so subtle, yet effective, due in part to the cinematography. the way maika is framed in several scenes, whether that’s in reflections, through windows, or framed by the architecture around her, she’s always being watched, even when the watcher isn’t around. such a great film!!!
brb getting married to rob pattinson to this song!!!
on a serious note, overall this was good and had a lot going for it! the action scenes, the incredible score, sweaty emo robert pattinson; the works! however, the pacing and overall length of this movie is ridiculous, and the story devolving into what it did (a failed social commentary about the corruption of policing institutions and the effects that hoarding wealth has on the individual and the society around them…featuring…