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Inside Story


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A series of nine documentary films on topical issues. 3:
George Although he is male, George Robert 's natural urge is to function as a female. His condition is defined as transexual.
Early this year George put into effect a decision that had been maturing in his mind since he was a teenager-to become a woman in the fullest sense possible. It is a decision for which George will pay dearly - socially, financially and physically as electrolysis, massive doses of hormones and surgery transform his body. Meanwhile, in the first stage of his journey across the sexes, George attempts to become a national health patient, and ' comes out' fully by donating all his male clothing to charity and changing his name to Julia.
Film cameraman MIKE SOUTHON Film recordist ALAN COOPER Film editor DAVID GLADWELL Producer ROGER MILLS Director DAVID PEARSON


Unknown: George Although
Unknown: George Robert
Unknown: Alan Cooper
Editor: David Gladwell
Director: David Pearson

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