Their value will be in their fleetingness which manages costs and in the specificity of their objectives which extends KPIs beyond revenue. They may be born solely to collect data from a hard to reach tribe, to build short-term engagement, or to size an addressable audience. These brands will be born to die — but would have succeeded nonetheless.
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In “Born to Be,” Tania Cypriano's moving and fascinatingly forward-looking documentary about the Mount Sinai Center for Transgender. “Not every patient wants to have a surgical transition. Transition can take many forms,” says Dr. Jess Ting in an early interview in “Born to Be,” a.
Ting brings a level of care and humanity to his work that is, unfortunately, not always the norm for the community he serves. Taking a page out of his book, filmmaker Tania Cypriano treats her tireless subject with utmost sensitivity, which is apparent throughout the 92 minutes of her intimate and highly compelling film. Ting as he makes his daily rounds, consulting patients on everything from top surgery and facial feminization to vaginoplasty and phalloplasty.
Many trans films have irked the trans community by dwelling on the particulars of medical transition, continuing the long and painful history of the fascination with and objectification of the trans body. Only those patients who desire transitional surgery.
Popular on IndieWire. For those who do wish to medically transition, Dr. Ting has his work cut out for him.
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Despite the rise in trans visibility, there are still too few doctors trained in surgical transition. There is currently a two-year waiting list just for a consultation with him. Ting, who is cisgender, says of how he got into the field.
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