Mrs McCutcheon

Australia, 2017 (MIFF 2017, Short Films)

Director: John Sheedy

Sometimes we aren’t born into the right body, which is why 10-year-old Tom prefers to be known as Mrs McCutcheon, even if it does add extra challenges to starting at a new school.


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