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Transamerica [Italia] [Blu-ray]

4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 2 opiniones de clientes

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Bree è una colta ed elegante transessuale che vive a Los Angeles risparmiando il più possibile per potersi pagare l'intervento chirurgico per il cambio di sesso. Un giorno riceve la telefonata da parte di Toby, un teenager alla ricerca del padre, che la informa di aver avuto un figlio da una sua passata relazione eterosessuale, quando era ancora uomo. Bree è riluttante nel conoscerlo ma la psicoterapeuta le consiglia di farlo, anche perché se non lo farà non le concederà l'autorizzazione legale per l'intervento finché non avrà affrontato e risolto tutti i conti in sospeso con il suo passato.

Detalles del producto

  • Actores: Fionnula Flanagan, Graham Greene, Felicity Huffman, David Mansfield, Kevin Zegers
  • Directores: Duncan Tucker
  • Formato: Blu-ray, PAL, Pantalla ancha, Importación
  • Audio: Italiano (Dolby TrueHD), Inglés (Dolby TrueHD)
  • Subtítulos: Inglés, Italiano
  • Región: Región B (Más información sobre Formatos de Blu-ray.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.85:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación FSK: Desconocido. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
  • Estudio: Dnc Entertainment
  • Duración: 103 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B005QI4TY4
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Es una pelicula para mayores de 18 años, donde un transexual en esperas de la operacion recibe una sorpresa que antes del cambio tiene un hijo de una relacion exporidaca con una mujer ante de ser transexual y el cambio, la situacion traen muchos momentos que son muy interesante, el ven descubrirlo viendola.
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Dramática película sobre la transexualidad de Bri, con toques de humor americano y el desarollo de la tolerancia del ser humano.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A quirky and endearing film about transsexuals 31 de marzo de 2015
Por Robert Hayes - Publicado en
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Transsexuals aren't really a group of people that I can say I understand, but TRANSAMERICA did a pretty good job of helping me get what a trans person might go through. Felicity Huffman plays Bree, a pre-op transsexual woman who finds out she has a son that she fathered a long time ago. What ensues is a kind of road movie that shows how the relationship between that son and her develops. What really makes this film stand out is the excellent lead performance by Felicity Huffman who, despite being a woman, did a great job of portraying a pre-op transsexual. Maybe they could have gone with an actual trans person, but Felicity Huffman did just fine. I also thought the supporting cast did great as well. What didn't always work for me was some of the humor and situations that Bree and her son were put into. Due to being a road movie, the film also felt a bit episodic at times. And, when they arrive at Bree's parents' home the film got a little too melodramatic for my tastes. My favorite part of the film came before this part when Bree meets a kind Native American man in a bar after having her car stolen. He was able to see past Bree's exterior to what she was on the inside: a nice person deserving of respect just like everyone else. And I suppose if the film has a message that it wants to convey, it's that trans people are just as human as the rest of us and deserve the same respect afforded to everyone else who is "normal." Overall, I did enjoy the film although it goes some places dramatically that it didn't necessarily have to go. I don't really see this film having too wide of an audience, but this indie gem is well worth seeing nevertheless.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pretty good but would have preferred a Trans actor 29 de marzo de 2017
Por Grandma luvs vampires - Publicado en
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Pretty good, but why not a Trans actor in lead role?? Even 'way back when' ;) in 2005, there were talented trans actors who imo could have brought something to the character that Felicity Huffman just could not. No doubt the work would have been appreciated also.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A good movie, but missing something. 5 de junio de 2013
Por Mena P. - Publicado en
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Let me start by saying I do love this movie and love having it in my collection. It always makes me laugh, and it's interesting to see people that I'm so familiar with in different genres (Huffman in "Desperate Housewives", Zegers in tons of made-for-tv movies, and Preston from "True Blood") do an independent movie like this. There are not enough movies out there that cover a broad enough range of LGBTQ protagonists (gay and lesbian sure, but what about gender fluid, pansexual, demisexual, etc?) so it was quite interesting to see a MTF transgender woman as the main character. But I do still feel like something is missing.

Sabrina "Bree" Osbourne (formerly Stanley Schupak) is one signature away from her final surgery, and then she will be a complete woman, physically. She has completed her real life training and is ready for the full monty when she gets an unexpected call from someone claiming to be Stanley's son in need of bail money. It turns out that Bree's ex lover is dead, leaving behind their son, Toby. When Bree mentions the incident to her psychiatrist, she withholds the signature until Bree assesses this sudden turn in her life. When she does, she finds that her son is a drug addicted prostitute, and under the guise of a churchgoer on a cross country trip, plans to drop him off with his stepfather so she can move on and get her vaginoplasty. Things become much more complicated than she planned, though, and what she thinks is going to be an easy ride is full of twists and turns.

A lot of LGBTQ reviewers seem to find this a sub-par addition to the media in our community due to portrayal, but I personally don't see anything wrong here. Out of all the characters, only Toby and his Johns are portrayed as something other than heterosexual (bisexual and homosexual, respectively). Aside from Bree, the only other transgender characters are a bunch of happy go lucky homebodies at a Mary Kay style party, who personally seem pretty normal and not over dramatized to me.

Still, I feel like there are almost parts missing, and the ending, while sort of happy, always kind of leaves me wanting more. The acting though, definitely makes up for it. While most of the cast is accepting of Bree's gender secret, there is still the harsh reality of the hurt people sometimes feel when you keep the secret from them (Toby) and that sometimes even people you thought loved you will never truly accept you and sometimes even distance themselves from you (Bree's parents.) All in all, it's a fun, offbeat cross country road film about what family really means, and embracing your true self, past mistakes and all.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Heartfelt perfomance 13 de enero de 2014
Por John Erickson - Publicado en
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In a subject matter that usually tends to sensationalism or over the top campy portrayals, Ms Huffman has given Bree life. As a unassuming person simply trying to fit in and living stealth, Bree is usually quiet and unobtrusive, reserved and uses an economy of words, but those words are weighty, she often has a cutting wit while trying to retain composure. She is the perfect underdog working so hard to try to obtain her goals, quiet and yet so remarkably brilliant. This movie speaks to me about goals and growth and overcoming adversity. About responsibility, acceptance and even love. It speaks of the pain of life that intrudes and sometimes rules us. Bree becomes more beautiful as the adversity mounts because more and more her true self is allowed to come out, she learns to be comfortable as herself. Truth will out, a phrase from the Merchant of Venice comes to mind. How often when we fear the truth inspite of coming from an innocent or an unwitting happenstance, it becomes a destructive thing when finally finally it comes out. There the pain and fear in the waiting / holding off and the compounding when a lie is one of silence and omission. When it comes it is terrible. But it comes none the less.

If you are transphobic but have some sense of open mindedness you might give this a try, it may help you understand those you do not know. If you are of the Abomination crowd, why bother, your mind is already made up, the last thing Our Savior would want you to do is have any compassion or understanding for such people. Christ without compassion is that your version of Christianity?

If you have the concept of it is not authentic enough, write your own movie. Make it and we'll all hope for critical acclaim. Sometimes if you are too close to something you get a myopic view and don't see the big picture. If you concentrate on finding fault guess what you'll find. And you won't be able enjoy it because you won't see the good side.

This was well done and clearly a subject that many cannot abide. OK start castigating me. Ready Set GO!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Could not relate 8 de marzo de 2013
Por Aurora Winters - Publicado en
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This is a good movie but those looking for a transgender based movie would be better off with looking towards Another Women, Different for Girls, and of course Boys Don't Cry. As a transgender women it is easy for me to want to give this 5 stars as there is not many movies with a good strong transgender lead. I have never met anyone who came across as clueless as Bree does in this movie. Her son shows very strong discontent right off about his step father and let's it known to her that he never wants to see him. Yet is completely taken back when she reveals she is has stopped in the town and he is upset by this. Then she goes to the fathers house proclaiming she is the bringer of good tidings for his son has come home. Again dumb founded to find out he just wants to go back to raping the kid. "Hello? Anyone home?"

The whole connection between them I thought was uncompleted as it don't say if they ever formed any relationship which was disappointing to say the least. I would of liked to of seen more. Another Women does a much better job of the long lost Parent returning to surprised kids.

I don't want to spoil the movie for those who plan on watching it. It is not a bad movie just far from great. I would suggest watching it on Netflex or renting it before you buy.

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