Sex: M
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REAL TALK
Roxie TheatreSat, Feb 15 2:31 PM
It’s easy to escape at the movies, to be whisked away to a world where men in capes protect us from bad guys. But real life isn’t so black and white. This collection of shorts doesn’t shy away from the real world, but confronts and illuminates those parts that we often ignore, especially the underlying complexities that make us human. From a cultural level all the way down to the intimately personal, these films expose stories that are hiding beneath the surface of our everyday lives. -JW
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REAL TALK
Roxie TheatreTue, Feb 18 7:00 PM
It’s easy to escape at the movies, to be whisked away to a world where men in capes protect us from bad guys. But real life isn’t so black and white. This collection of shorts doesn’t shy away from the real world, but confronts and illuminates those parts that we often ignore, especially the underlying complexities that make us human. From a cultural level all the way down to the intimately personal, these films expose stories that are hiding beneath the surface of our everyday lives. -JW
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Film Info
Director:Kate Elston
Running Time:23
Country:USA
Description

When Lucas was a girl named Laura, he always wanted to be a boy. Now he’s becoming one. This candid documentary follows Lucas Waldron as he negotiates what it means to be transgender after years of struggling to identify himself. Told through personal interviews, old footage and verite scenes, “Sex: M” seeks to explain what the T in LGBT really means.