RANI is a short film about a transgender Pakistani woman who takes care of an abandoned baby. Set in the heart of Karachi, she faces many challenges – yet is determined to do the right thing.
Supporters said Eddy had served his sentence and was reformed. “If he’s not the epitome of rehabilitation,” says one friend, “who is?” Will society, his family and his victims give him a second chance?
“Ethnicity or race is not a genre. Being Asian American is no different from having a story about a white family or any other family, and I think that it shows that as a community, we can tell all kinds of stories of in all different genres.” – Lulu Wang
You can purchase the award-winning film now with simplified and traditional Chinese subtitles.
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Braly talks about how the works of Nick Park and Hayao Miyazaki have inspired him, how childhood trips to Bangkok served as the inspiration for the show, the importance of having a Thai American as the lead character, and how Song played a big role in developing her character.