Reina de Corazones
A trans documentary
The story of ten trans girls who form a co-op theatre to be able to stop working as prostitutes. The protagonists tell us their dreams, show their daily struggles and share their experiences and realities to be accepted and belong to society as well.
Anul lansarii: 2019
Regizor: Guillermo Bergandi
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