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Me llamo Violeta
My Name Is Violeta
© Pola Star Films
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

David Fernández de Castro, Marc Parramon

IMAGE

Anna Molins

SON

Elena Cocherch

MONTAGE

Xavi Viñas

MUSIQUE ORIGINALE

Odil Bright

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Pola Star Films, Mediapro TV

ORGANISME(S) DÉTENTEUR(S) ou DÉPOSITAIRE(S)

Pola Star Films

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Aged 6, Ignacio told his parents: “I am a girl, my name is Violeta”. Through the story of Violeta, her parents (adult film stars Nacho Vidal and Franceska Jaimes), and other transgender families and young people, we get to know the complexity of the process they face and the challenges they encounter along the way.
After the initial shock, Violeta’s parents decided to accompany her on the long and difficult road that will one day lead her to become a woman. Violeta, like many other transgender children, faces many medical and legal challenges. Although the social perception of transgender people in Spain has slowly become much more open and tolerant, the process is often far from easy. A documentary that shows us that diversity, as Nacho Vidal says, feeds the world.

Aged 6, Ignacio told his parents: “I am a girl, my name is Violeta”. Through the story of Violeta, her parents (adult film stars Nacho Vidal and Franceska Jaimes), and other transgender families and young people, we get to know the complexity of the process they face and the challenges they encounter along the way.
After the initial shock, Violeta’s parents decided to accompany her on the long and difficult road that will one day lead her to become a woman. Violeta, like many other transgender children, faces many medical and legal challenges. Although the social perception of transgender people in Spain has slowly become much more open and tolerant, the process is often far from easy. A documentary that shows us that diversity, as Nacho Vidal says, feeds the world.

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