Merlinka – International Queer Film Festival

Trans – Imam život

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Subota, 11. decembar 2021. 19:30 Sala Amerikana Dom omladine Beograda

Trans – Imam život

Režija: Doris Mec, Imodžen Kimel
Zemlja: Nemačka
Trajanje: 95 minuta
Dokumentarni film

„Trans nije prokletstvo ili bolest, to je put.” Film TRANS – Imam život nudi retko viđen uvid u često pokidani osećaj života trans ljudi i složene psihološke, hormonalne i često hirurške aspekte njihove tranzicije. Rediteljke Imodžen Kimel i Doris Mec zadobile su poverenje sedmoro ljudi koji su odlučili da krenu svojim putem. Iz njihovih priča film izdvaja širok spektar trans identiteta. TRANS – Imam život je senzualno putovanje u međusvetove izvan fiksnih rodnih normi, u intimne životne prostore i u operacionu salu, mesto koje postaje sala za porođaj za drugo rođenje. Sa suptilnim i višeslojnim pristupom, film takođe prenosi trans iskustvo na jedinstvenom vizuelnom i zvučnom nivou. Dokumentarac je snažna molba za nas ljude da se više ne definišemo sa 0,3 odsto DNK koji nas razlikuje, već sa 99,7 odsto koji nas ujedinjuje. Istovremeno, film otvara društvenu debatu o svetu u kome se rod više ne definiše kao crno-belo, već se shvata na fluidniji način. TRANS – Imam život tiče se i dotiče svakoga ko živi na ovom svetu. Dobrodošli u 21. vek!

Trans – I Got Life

Directors: Doris Metz, Imogen Kimmel
Country of Origin: Germany
Duration: 95 minutes
Documentary

“Trans is not a curse or a disease, it’s a path.” The film TRANS – I Got Life offers rarely seen insights into trans people’s often torn sense of life and the complex psychological, hormonal and often also surgical aspects of their transition. Directors Imogen Kimmel and Doris Metz gained the trust of seven people who decided to go their own way. From their stories the film distills the broad spectrum of trans identity. TRANS – I Got Life is a sensual journey into the in-between worlds beyond fixed gender norms, into intimate living spaces and into the operating theatre, a place that becomes the delivery room for a second birth. With a subtle and multi-layered approach, the film also transports the trans experience on a unique visual and sound level. The documentary is a strong plea for us humans to no longer define ourselves by the 0.3 percent of DNA that distinguishes us, but rather by the 99.7 percent that unites us. At the same time, the film opens up the social debate about a world in which gender is no longer defined in terms of black and white but is instead understood in a more fluid way. TRANS – I Got Life concerns and touches everyone who lives in this world. Welcome to the 21st century!


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