Country: USA
Year: 2022
Duration: 78'

A painful, but necessary documentary that begins in the immediate aftermath of the Orlando massacre in 2016: one of the worst terrorist attacks against the LGBTQI+ community, where 49 people died. Jeannette was present at the Pulse nightclub and survived the attack. Jeannette is a Hispanic, lesbian single mother who works as a professional bodybuilder. She does her best to manage her life as a survivor, moment by moment, without heroics, in order to build a community for herself and her family.



Cinema Massimo - Sala Rondolino


film director

Maris Curran

Maris Curran studied at the School of Art Institute of Chicago. In her films she focuses on the issues of life, with particular interest in topics related to sexuality, disease, disability and racial tension. She made her feature film debut in 2015 at the Toronto International Film Festival with Five Nights in Maine. She later directed the documentaries The Man Is the Music (2016) and While I Yet Live (2018). Her film Jeannette received an honourable mention at the last LA Outfest.


& Credits

Sceneggiatura/Screenplay Logan Hill
Montaggio/Editing Eduardo Serrano, Katrina Taylor
Fotografia/Photography Jerry Henry
Suono/Sound Eli Cohn, Jack Sasner
Musica/Music Leonardo Heiblum, Jacobo Lieberman
Interpreti/Cast Yvens Carrenard, Jeannette Feliciano, Anthony McCoy, Anna Feliciano, Laila Ortiz, Ana Cabrera, Yaris Cruz
Produttore/Producer Maris Curran, Jon Coplon
Vendite internazionali/World Sales The Film Collaborative