A road trip through gay spaces in small town South Africa, Graeme Reid's documentary introduces viewers to hairstylists, preachers, traditional healers, and beauty queens. This moving film provides an alternative vision of acceptance and celebration, in contrast to the wave of homophobia that is sweeping across sub-Saharan Africa. Like Frameline Voices? Donate now at http://bit.ly/FramelineDonate
Dir. Paulo Alberton & Graeme Reid 51 min. 2000 South Africa, Brazil
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