Price: $310.00

    Code: 2332

    Directed by Dana McClure and Kirby Conn
    2008, 47 minutes
    Purchase: $310 / Classroom Rental: $125

    Odd Ones Out documents four years in the courageous lives of three transgender teens, Naomi, David and Tot, as they transition into adulthood and face life-altering events.

    Family intolerance, abuse, homelessness, sex work, violence and harassment in their schools and community are only the backdrop for a dramatic story of acceptance and rejection, identity and change. Through candid verité footage and home video diaries, this documentary is a unique and intimate look at the most tender time in the lives of these three young people as they struggle with the universal search for self and of being found.

    It's a coming of age story about trying to fit in while fighting against society's rigid boundaries.

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    “An intimate and at times heart wrenching documentary about transgendered teens facing harassment and violence in the community, as well as intolerance and abuse from their own families that may drive them into homelessness and sex work. This film is suitable for a high school audience, and is recommended for public and academic libraries, especially those with LGBT collections.” - Educational Media Reviews Online