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Note Quite That offers an intimate and insightful exploration of identity through the lens of Sarah: a 57-year-old Jewish butch lesbian navigating life’s complexities. For Sarah, identity is multifaceted: she grapples with being seen as both Jewish and not, a mother in every sense except biological, and frequently mistaken as transgender. Additionally, her journey as a breast cancer previvor adds another layer of complexity to her sense of self.

As Sarah reflects on her experiences and challenges societal norms, viewers are invited to contemplate the significance of how we perceive ourselves and how others perceive us. Through Sarah’s story, Not Quite That delves into the nuances of identity, belonging, and the importance of being fully seen and understood.

Ultimately, this documentary serves as a poignant reminder of the complexities of human identity and the significance of acceptance and visibility in shaping our sense of self.

Sponsored by:
Michael Levy, in memory of Ann Erhcke z”l
Ellen Balka
Jerry Growe and Nomi Kaplan
Marilee Sigal

NOTE. THIS IS THE ONLINE SCREENING.
The in-person screening has passed.

Screening Details

Film Info

Year2023
CountryCanada
DirectorAli Grant
Runtime 47 min
LanguageEnglish
Genre

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