FNC '11 Melodramatic but affecting film showcasing a wonderful lead performance that captures the pain of family judgement against their transgendered children. The fact that it takes place in Israel adds layers to the story. Parker/Cheyenne is a wonderful creation though the plot device of becoming incognito caregiver to one's own parent is somewhat silly. Despite that the film is well worth seeing.
An interesting subject. Some good performances. Very ordinary, uninspired, and often trite and clumsy storytelling. The performances and subject matter save the movie but the single brief theme on piano which is used repeatedly throughout the movie elicited an eye-roll reaction after just the second (of many) repetitions.