Prodigal Sons
In high school, Kimberly Reed was male, a straight-A student and captain of the football team. But since leaving his rural Montana hometown, he's become a woman -- and a filmmaker whose documentary could not be any more personal. Half the story involves her attending her high school reunion as a transgendered female; the other half involves reuniting with her siblings, including her estranged adopted brother.

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

A transgendered filmmaker tries to heal her relationship with her brain-damaged, Jekyll-and-Hyde big brother. It's meandering and needs to take some artistic license, but it's a unique story. She needs more perspective on how she makes her brother feel.

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