Directed by Andrea Raranenko
Tamara, Desiree, and Victoria are all Venezuelan women from different walks of life. On first glance, this lawyer, stylist, and art student have very little in common. However, each carries an identification card that bears a different name. Each is a transsexual woman who have changed their gender. But the Venezuelan government does not recognize their transition. In fact, the country still suffers from rampant homophobia and prejudice. Andrea Raranenko’s stunning documentary is protest art at its finest, giving these subjects a voice in order to make a change, both personally and nationally.