By Constanza GALLARDO


Documentary - Completed 2017

Four transgender people roam the streets as they talk about their life experiences in a country that doesn't understand them. They only ask for dignity and respect, fighting against Chile's worst side.

& Awards

Ventana Sur 2017
Video Library
Santiago International Film Festival 2017
Chilean Competition, Honorable Mention
Movilh International LGBTQ Film Festival 2017
Main Competition, Opening Film
Havana International Film Festival 2017
Latin American Perspective Section
Toulouse (ARCALT) 2018
Panorama des associations
Bío Bío Cine 2018
International Competition, Best documentary
Colchagua 2018
Documentary competition
La Serena 2018
Documentary competition
    • Year of production
    • 2017
    • Genres
    • Documentary, LGBT, First film
    • Countries
    • CHILE
    • Languages
    • Budget
    • N/A
    • Duration
    • 65 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Constanza GALLARDO
    • Producer(s)
    • Synopsis
    • Four transgender people pass through everyday places that in some way seem strange and threatening for them. They wander among the inhabitants of chilean cities as if they're carrying a heavy disguise. Mara (25) is a poetess and spanish literature student, Gis (18) is trying to finish highschool while he fights against his two mothers who do not support his transit, Patricia (36) is a factory worker and a smart woman who's afraid to tell the rest of the world her truth and finally Matias (14) is a kid with a beautiful family but he lives in a little mountainside town with a population who has a hostile opinion about transgender people. Through their daily lives we will know how difficult it is to be live in a country that does not understand them and does not have a place for them.