İris

Runtime : 20 mins

Genre : Documentary

Vote Rating : 9.5/10

Plot : Biographical trans documentary film in which Iris Mozalar, a young artist, shares her diversity of being a bisexual transgender woman, the process of creating herself and her reflections against society.

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