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While no film, no matter how many voices, can fully encompass what it means to be part of any community, "Disclosure" makes for an excellent entry point into trans history in media.
On top of making you question why Tracee Ellis Ross isn't a movie star, you'll be SO MAD you likely won't get to see this in theaters.
“The Half of It” brings a positive spin on small-town America, while still pushing how getting out of your comfort zone is necessary to grow.
“Sincerely Louis CK” is what comes from feeling you have nothing left to lose, so “F*** It.”
“Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts” will remind you of a time when documentaries gave you the behind the scenes look that social media snatched away.
While “Go Back To China” may come off as some silly or light-hearted, as it touches upon Chinese culture and family, it goes so deeper than expected.
“I Still Believe” with its tear-inducing story will make it so, even if you aren’t a person of faith, you’ll get why some hold onto theirs so tightly – despite it all.
All The Bright Places fulfills your need for butterflies and tears, as most YA novel adaptations do.
“Troop Zero” will have you ugly cry in the way Viola Davis is famous for as you follow Christmas Flint’s journey to becoming permanent.