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New Trans Movie 'Miss'


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Sally Stone

The movie "Miss" was just released in France.  Yes, it is a French movie and I don't believe it has been released yet with English sub-titles.  It stars Alexandre Wetter as a young man seeking his sexual identity by participating in the Miss France beauty pageant.  This is one I plan to watch as soon as possible.  

 

Here is the imdb link to the movie info and trailer: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10123698/

 

If only I look half as beautiful as Alexandre.

 

 

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Jackie C.

According to his imdb bio (I looked), Alexandre Wetter is, in fact, a dude. Could be a trans-man I suppose, but the bio says male.

 

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