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    Right in the midst of important changes in her life, pre-operative male-to-female Bree Osborne (Felicity Huffman) learns that 17 years ago, she fathered a son, Toby (Kevin Zegers), now a teenage runaway hustling on the streets of New York.
    Duration: 103 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2005
    IMDb: 7.4
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    Duncan Tucker. Director of Transamerica

    Duncan Tucker

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    Duncan Tucker. Director of Transamerica

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  • Critic Reviews of "Transamerica"

    Minneapolis Star Tribune

    February 02, 2006

    It's funny in spots, touching in others and uniformly life-affirming.


    February 02, 2006

    Huffman's performance redeems parts of the movie but, until the final 30 minutes, Transamerica too often feels like a journey to nowhere.

    Orlando Sentinel

    January 27, 2006

    Transamerica is a routine road-trip comedy-drama with a twist.

    Seattle Times

    January 20, 2006

    Huffman's performance in Transamerica, as a pre-op male-to-female transsexual coping with the sudden emergence of a long-lost son, is much better than the movie it's in; indeed, she singlehandedly takes Transamerica to a higher plane.

    Philadelphia Inquirer

    January 20, 2006

    It's a farce with heart, a meditation on identity, family and gender politics that has real faith in its characters -- even when the characters themselves lack it.

    Miami Herald

    January 20, 2006

    As Bree, who started her unhappy life as Stanley, the angular Huffman, a fine comedic actress who carried home an Emmy this fall, is a compelling portrait of wounded dignity. She is wholly fascinating and heartbreaking.

    Eye for Film

    August 10, 2007

    Tucker's screenplay is sharp but also sensitive, so the ample good humour never drifts into high camp (apart from the scenes with Bree's mother - and SHE is straight).


    August 05, 2007

    Comfort food for a comfortable audience, with the TV-familiar Huffman reassuring viewers that she's really a real woman underneath that unflattering make-up.

    DVD Review

    July 10, 2007

    A big part of the movie's success is Huffman's irresistible and remarkable performance as Bree, a character we identify with rather than feel alienated by.

    Film Journal International

    March 01, 2007

    A well-tuned vehicle.

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