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Is It Me?

Country: UK, Language: English, 9 mins

  • Director: Christopher Mcgill
  • Producer: Siobhan Fahey

CGiii Comment

If you want to no more - from a personal perspective - about body dysmorphia...look no further.

Growing up and being a bit of a club kid...in London, in the 80s...one of the most famous and infamous people on the scene was Leigh Bowery...everyone thought he just liked dressing up, being the centre of attention...I knew Leigh, he was much more than that...

This wee film sheds light...our only quibble is...it's too damn short!


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The(ir) Blurb...

Body dysmorphia takes centre stage in this highly visual examination of the selves we invent to navigate the world.

Cast & Characters

Emma Russer