....yet another special little snowflake movie with an unoriginal plot, and bad acting. I've got no qualms about gender issues. At my age I've shared my bed with everything except animals, and children. This movie doesn't say anything about the gender issue that hasn't been discussed since The Crying Game, or Hedwig, and the Angry Inch. Both of which I loved.
I was impressed at the honesty of the entire family and the background of Coby before and after transition. Although they continued to misgender him when talking about him it still was relevant. There are not enough stories about trans masculine people and this documentary from 2016 is a great beginning. I wish there were more brave souls out there that would step up and give us a glimpse into their journey. It is both inspiring and hopeful for those struggling. A documentary is not a movie it is real life. They aren't actors. These are real people on a journey of self discovery.
I'm so pleased I found this excellent Documentary streamingHopefully it might encourage anyone who is interested enough to find out more about the issues that young people and their families go through in this instance a daughter Suzanna age 23 who transitions to Coby becoming their son who at last becomes the person he always wanted to be.Coby lives a happy and productive life becoming a Paramedic his dream career with the support of his family and childhood sweetheart Sara.It's quite inspiring and educational an honestly and sensitively directed byChristian Sonderegger.