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Diana 2008

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Diana 2008 15

10 mins United Kingdom Director. Aleem Khan

Mohit, a young transgender woman rejected by her family in India, lives alone in London, working as a prostitute to pay for hormone therapy. Aleem Khan’s remarkable short film is set in 1997 in the wake of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales – whose loneliness and isolation Mohit can identify with only too well. On this extraordinary day, she prepares to set herself free.

Directed by

Aleem Khan

Featuring

Neeraj Singh

Genres

Drama

Collection

Flare LGBT

Certificate

15 Contains nudity and sexual references

Released

2008

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

Antidote Productions

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