|Directed by||Charles Herman-Wurmfeld|
|Produced by||Jeremy Marre|
Ladyboys is a 1992 documentary film about the struggle of two teenage kathoey, or Thai male-to-female transgender persons, to leave the rural countryside and become famous transvestite performers in the glamorous cabarets of Pattaya. The film was produced by Jeremy Marre. It was made by Harcourt TV for Channel 4. The documentary opened at the San Francisco Film Festival.
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