- Director: Adrian Silvestre
- Writer: Adrian Silvestre
Feminism, sexism...egomania - not what was expected at all!
6 degrees of transition...take 6 trans women, their commonality is that they are trans and that is what they have in-common stops. With different ages, backgrounds and herstories, these women have their own voices and opinions and they are not afraid to speak out and be heard.
Part fly-on-the-wall, part docu-drama, part travelogue...Adrian Silvestre's film is an unexpected joy. It's not all plain sailing though, there are conflicts and controversies...especially between Yolanda and Cristina. But, ultimately, bonds are forged and friendships made. These similar but different walks of life come together for a brief moment in time and with differing wisdoms and rhythms, no doubt, each and all will return to their own path...possibly empowered, probably relieved...we're not so different after all.
An absolutely fascinating film that leaves its audience stronger together than apart.
Six trans women travel to a small town in León where they will explore unusual landscapes, as well as the ins and outs of their own personalities.