A Fantastic Woman
Drama • R • 2017 • 1 hr 44 min
With an exceptional lead performance, it captures the dehumanizing treatment of trans people, yet doesn't feel overbearing.
So much transphobia in this movie. Makes you sick watching it but still good
Effectively conveys the struggle to maintain dignity in the face of ugliness that can even rob one of the right to mourn. Heartbreaking.
Heart wrenching but beautiful. A must see in my book.
Hard to watch but interesting... pretty good
Chilean cinema showing absolute and direct reality, of what to be a fantastic woman. It's a movie to simply appreciate it.
I watched it to do a critical review to a Spanish class and couldn't be more happy with my teacher's choice.The movie is literally fantastic
The simplicity of the story is perfect for letting newcomer Daniela Vega's brilliant performance shine.
Definitely an important film, but it hasn’t really stuck around in my mind.
Excellent script and acting. The whole time you are captivated by the story and are capable of relating to the feelings of the protagonist
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