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.
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