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Just a Woman

France, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Documentary)

Director: Mitra Farahani, Sonbol B. Y. P. Jean de Forets

A vivid and compelling portrait of transsexuality in Iran. Morvarid strives to conciliate her Islamic culture, her family and her sex work. But, more than this, she strives to become a woman. Won the Teddy Jury prize at Berlin.

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