A transgender Filipino must join a fishing crew to escape homelessness. He faces the most raw discrimination, but he’s desperate to keep his job. After the outbreak of a shooting war in the South China Sea, Riley finds he may be the only individual who can save his crew.
“The transgender community is finally having their Hollywood moment.” (Rolling Stone)
“Nafzger’s elegy for innocence is a deeply memorable tale.” (Washington Post)
“A respected screenwriter turns his attention to the biggest mystery of all – transgender-ism. A screenplay that transforms narrator and reader alike.” (Kirkus Reviews)
“…elegiac, evocative…. a resonant tale of fury, guilt, and redemption.” (Publishers Weekly)
“Once in a blue moon a book script lands on your desk that demands to be made into a movie. You pick it up and read the first page, and then the second, and you are hooked.” (Huffington Post)
“My best read so far this year.” (ReviewingtheEvidence.com)
NOTE: This feature film script examines the following topics: Philippines, 20 year old transgender, Transgender, Transgender culture, Transgender HIV/Aids Prevention Program, Transgender disenfranchisement , 20 year old transgender male-female, transgender teen, transgender employees, transgender binder, Philippines manila, Transgender Law and Policy Institute, Transgender symbol, transgender pride, south china sea fishing trip, Transgender stereotypes, transgender books, Philippine Drug War, transgender definition, Chinese fishing south china sea, transgender breast, fishing resources in south china sea, Philippines travel guide, transgender patients, sport fishing south china sea, transgender equality, Transgender history, ,