The film uses a wide variety of elements: interviews, productions, theater and performances. The film “Framing Agnes” also works with re-enactments to tell various trans biographies in the USA in the 1950s in a broken way – and in doing so raises exciting questions about visibility and vulnerability.

So, in terms of the quantitative availability of films, there really is an imbalance. But when it comes to which films speak to us, which we find exciting, which move, occupy and challenge us, then we find time and again that we simply find more marginalized forms of storytelling more interesting.