His Dark Materials
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Disappointing documentary because it doesn't really ask the right secondary questions and search for more scientific rationale for the title question.
Fun and light but with just enough weight to keep you interested. And it has Dan Savage in it.
Let's just cut to the chase; The answer is yes.
Of interest to anyone who has ever felt disconnected with any of the various elements that make up who we are.
So honest and vulnerable. A must-watch!
This lighthearted film film explores an issue that not many people talk about.
A very interesting documentary that explores the gay identity. The ending is somewhat predictable, that said, it doesn't make the film any less entertaining.
Very self loathing. Suck it up and accept who you are.
I thought it was a very interesting perspective on the voice of gay men.
His personal story is not interesting at all, taking time from the bigger issue to be discussed. The audiovisual lenguage is very poor and the topic and cientific approach is very superficial in the way they handle different definitions of gender/discrimination/sexual differences. With more investigation it would have been more constructive to the audience.