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XXY

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XXY
Lucia Puenzo, 2007
Wed, Sep 24, 2008 7 PM
Thu, Sep 25, 2008 7 PM
"The psychological fallout from alternative sexualities is explored to subtle and penetrating effect in XXY...in which…accomplishment matches ambition."—Variety

The latest gem amid the riches of recent Argentine cinema, XXY is a brave and sensitive portrait of teen and gender angst as 15-year-old Alex, born intersexed and raised as a girl, is pressured by her parents to “choose” a gender. The film was Argentina’s entry for the 2007 Best Foreign Film Oscar and is one of the most memorable—and ambiguous—coming of age films of late. (91 mins., 35mm)

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