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This film stresses a stark truth: Happiness is never assured, no matter who you are, or who you're becoming.
Director Ofir Trainin captures the couple and their kids in authentic moments, revealing the challenges that each family member faces.
While there has been no shortage of theatrical and television documentaries dealing with transgender issues, Family in Transition stands out both for the particularities inherent in its setting and the deeply sympathetic individuals at its center.
Hebrew speakers may be better able to appreciate nuances that the sometimes stilted, distracting subtitles seem to obscure. But those open, honest faces - the story they tell transcends words.
Frank and bittersweet, this is a quietly remarkable portrait of one father and husband's gender transition, and how the family coped - and didn't - with dramatic upheaval in the most intimate of settings: home.
Patient, observant and richly rewarded for its efforts, Family In Transition is an intimate film that develops into a much broader vision.
Intimate and revealing documentary about a sex change and its impact on a family, a brisk film that becomes somewhat abrupt in its later stages.
This fascinating documentary is not afraid to tackle some harsh truths about gender dynamics within the family sphere.
If Amit's story helps just one person struggling with gender identity or transphobia, this film will be considered a success.
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