Gendernauts: A Journey Through Shifting
Monika Treut explores the worlds and thoughts of several female to male transgendered individuals. As with Treuts first film, Jungfrauenmaschine, Gendernauts, enters a minority sector of San Fransisco culture. The characters in this film have a lot to complain about, and they do. They are people whose physical appearance (female) does not match their inner sexual identity (male). The subject is pinpointed in the film independant of sexual orientation. Leave your conservative hats at the door, this is going to need your special attention.
- Stars:Susan Stryker, Texas Tomboy, Annie Sprinkle, Jordi Jones, Stafford, Max Valerio, Joan Jett Black, Queer David, Sandy Stone, Uncle Louie, Willy Rider, Nicky Fingers, Lucky 7, Duke, Mark Freeman,
- Country:USA, Germany
- Director:Monika Treut,
- Writer:Monika Treut
Monika Treut explores the worlds and thoughts of several trans-gendered individuals. As with Treuts first film, Jungfrauenmaschine, Gendernauts, enters a minority sector of San Fransisco ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Supporting a movement without knowing it
(de) wrote: Quelques fois drle mais surtout semblable la manire dont la vieille dame conduit l'auto (avance ARRTE avance ARRTE).
(de) wrote: Funny, if you like Artie Lange and his comedy.Also a nice throwback to the snobs vs. slobs comedies made popular in the late 1970's-early 80's.
(gb) wrote: I just watched it cause it was about Jersey....it was alright.
(ag) wrote: I want a few tokes off David Carradine's giant ball of hash in this pic.
(de) wrote: BIG BAD MAMA II (1987)
(jp) wrote: A terrible sequel to WestWorld. Dream sequences, off screen action. Boring times.
(fr) wrote: It's bright and breezy but does not have the panache or cheese factor as with other classic musicals. Wandering star is a superb song though
(us) wrote: Impressive updating of Bizet's Carmen benefits hugely from wonderfully expressive performances by the whole cast with Dorothy Dandridge being the standout. Preminger keeps the film moving and colorful avoiding his occasional tendency toward ponderousness. Pearlie Mae is fun as Frankie and lightens the heavy aspects of the film whenever she's on screen.
(de) wrote: Just remembered that I've seen it, not the movie itself unfortunately.
(au) wrote: So this was a movie, right? A guy fears parenting, death, and meets god...maybe?
(kr) wrote: Loved it. Different than anything else. Refreshing to see a flick as original as this.
(fr) wrote: Great unknown low budget gem with killer cannibal grannies with a drill. Highly recommended