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Red Without Blue

Red Without Blue
1:17:00 | 2007

Categories: Faith and Spirituality

RED WITHOUT BLUE is an artistic and groundbreaking portrayal's of gender, identity, and the unswerving bond of twinship despite transformation. An honest portrayal of a family in turmoil, RED WITHOUT BLUE follows a pair of identical twins as one transitions from male to female. Captured over a period of three years, the film documents the twins and their parents, examining the Farley's struggle to redefine their family. The twins' early lives were quintessentially all-American: picture-perfect holidays, supportive parents who cheered them on every step of the way. By the time they were 14, their parents had divorced, they had come out as gay, and a joint suicide attempt precipitated a forced separation of Mark and Alex for two and half years. Through candid and extensive interviews with the twins and their family, RED WITHOUT BLUE recounts these troubled times, interweaving the twins' difficult past with their efforts to find themselves in the present.


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Dr mjmr
July 6, 2014
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November 25, 2013
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November 23, 2013
Liya Waran
September 7, 2013
Louise Griffiths
August 17, 2013
Hasio Herickin
July 30, 2013
Life is a complicated trip.
July 24, 2013
anwar khan
July 21, 2013
watch it.
July 17, 2013
Xena Christine
December 9, 2012
Very well done film. Watching the film I became very aware of the many paralells in my own life as a preop Transgendered woman that were shown in the film. Some facets remain an issue for me and may never be resolved, but seeing a success story (and that is what the film portrays in my opinion for Claire), has strengthened both my faith in myself, and my resolve to complete the surgical process on the earliest date possible. I have waited too long already.....
Je'kiya Hill
June 30, 2012
This was a very touching documentary. it portrays vividly the struggles that transgender or gay, male or female, go through its really tough. and I think what really makes it hard for them is there families not accepting them I mean here they are with all of these self issues mentally, physically, and emotionally and they have no one to turn too or talk too and that makes them feel unwanted, unloved, and that they don't belong in this world. I feel that if families accepted their decision to like the same sex or change their sex they shouldn't stop loving them because that's their Blood and flesh still love them regardless I understand that its not right in a religious pov but saying that also means its not right to neglect and disown and hate your own child. I feel that its normal for parents too not agree with the decision but at the same time you can not agree but accept and support and love.