If you haven’t seen the trailer yet (you can check it out right below), the story focuses on Chloe, a gay woman, as she travels back to Brighton for a week to take care of Robyn’s cat, her ex-girlfriend, while she is out of town with her new girlfriend.
Chloe dates a couple women during her stay, but ends up taking a special interest on Blake, Robyn’s neighbour. Upon knowing Chloe has met Blake, Robyn quickly outs Blake as a trans man, who becomes the first trans person Chloe has ever met.
Nevertheless, Chloe finds herself attracted to Blake, but what could this all mean?
Is she attracted to men, or does she not see him for who he really is?
Deborah Espect, the writer and creator, is a published novelist, screenwriter and playwright, with several awards under her belt as well as critically acclaimed short films shown in Canes, London, West Hollywood and Brighton.
Espect is also openly gay and we can count on a cast and crew composed mainly of LGBTQ+ women.
Fox Fisher (Blake) is no stranger either! He is a trans activist who first appeared on Channel 4’s My Transexual Summer and since then has been a spokesman for Trans matters. He also has vast experience behind the cameras, having made more than 50 short-films for My Genderation, a project focusing on the gender spectrum and its variations (you can check out their Youtube channel right here).
With such a unique story finally brought to our small screens, it’s quite hard not to be excited and ready to tune in as soon as possible!
Well, good news, the release date is Autumn 2016, although a specific date hasn’t been given yet, so stay tuned for more information.