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A Fantastic Woman



104 minutes

Age Restriction

M (Violence, offensive language & sex scenes)


Sebastián Lelio


Luis Gnecco, Antonia Zegers, Daniela Vega, Francisco Reyes


Pablo Larraín, Sebastián Lelio

A Fantastic Woman

Fearless, Powerful, Ravishing.

Marina (Daniela Vega), the transgender heroine of A Fantastic Woman, is beautiful, enigmatic, and plunged into a precarious situation after her boyfriend dies unexpectedly in her company.

Fifty-seven-year-old divorcé Orlando (Francisco Reyes) wakes in the middle of the night, suffers an aneurism, and falls down some stairs, sustaining injuries that will come to haunt Marina after she takes him to the hospital and attempts to slip away before authorities and family members begin prying. Marina knows she’s regarded with suspicion for her youth, class, and, above all, gender status. She expects to gain little from Orlando’s demise, but the viciousness of Orlando’s son, the cold-heartedness of Orlando’s ex-wife, and the intrusiveness of a detective from the Sexual Offenses Investigation Unit force Marina to not only clear her name, but also to demand the very thing no one seems willing to give her: respect.

“It may be a timely film, but it is its timelessness, as well as its depths of compassion, that qualify it as a great one.” – Guardian

“Ravishing.” – Hollywood Reporter

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