A Trans Woman Grieves In A Fantastic Woman UK Trailer

A Trans Woman Grieves In A Fantastic Woman UK Trailer

When it comes to grieving a lost one, its a natural part of being human, man, woman or child.This also includes Transgender men and women. In Sebastián Lelio‘s A Fantastic Woman (Una Mujer Fantástica) Daniela Vega, A Trans Woman fighting for acceptance. Surrounded by bigotry, hostility all she wants is to grieve her dead lover.

Since the movies world premiere at Berlin last year, it’s leaving every Festival with rave reviews. That great A Fantastic Woman has been nominated for a Best Foreign Oscar and a raw exquisite performance from Vega.

Ahead of it’s UK Cinema release, Curzon Artificial Eye Film has unveiled the UK Trailer and why this movie is a must see…

Sebastián Lelio (Gloria) returns with a groundbreaking, captivating and deeply humane story about a trans woman’s fight for acceptance. Anchored by a powerhouse central performance from rising star Daniela Vega, this Oscar-nominated film is an urgent call for compassion towards a community that faces bigotry and hostility on a daily basis. Vega plays Marina Vidal, a young singer whose life is thrown into turmoil following the sudden death of her partner, Orlando. Met with suspicion from the police and contempt from her lover’s relatives, Marina finds herself placed under intense scrutiny, with no regard for her privacy, or her grief. As tensions rise between Marina and Orlando’s family, she is evicted from their shared home and banned from attending his funeral. But faced with the threat of losing everything, Marina finds the strength to fight back. From the producers of Jackie and Toni Erdmann, A Fantastic Woman is an outstanding, timely work. Soaked in luminous visuals and elevated by elegant flights of surrealism, the film recalls the very best work of Pedro Almodóvar. It is a courageous, audacious and defiant declaration of Marina’s status as a woman – and a fantastic one, at that.

A Fantastic Woman will be released in the UK and Ireland  from 2nd March.You can also catch the film at the Glasgow Film Festival on 25th and 26th February (more info/book tickets here).

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