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If the challenges and complexities of a transgendered lifestyle are hard for some people to identify with, first-hand accounts of those experiences may be the best means of creating more understanding. This program features real-world portraits of individuals from the transgendered community-men and women describing for the camera what they've gone through and, in other scenes, going about their daily lives. Namoli Brennet, a singer-songwriter, talks about audience perceptions and overcoming barriers through music, while Daan Erikson, a student, reflects on awkward school experiences, compassion from a grandparent, and upcoming sexual reassignment surgery. Transgender activists Pauline Park and Mara Keisling also share their insights.
This film explores the evolution of hip hop, from its inception where audiences were charmed by acrobatic moves to present day where choreography applies ballet, sports maneuvers, circus performances and other dance genres while still remaining authentic to its original philosophy. Yet, all over the world, hip hop crews are still largely ignored by the official art scene and denied opportunities to perform on national stages, except in France. With interviews from renowned choreographers Riyad Fghani, Anthony Egéa and Mourad Merzouk, viewers follow several of France's most prestigious dance crews.