Let Me Die a Woman

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Let Me Die a Woman
Directed by Doris Wishman
Produced by Doris Wishman
Release date
  • 1978 (1978)
Running time
79 min
Country United States
Language English

Let Me Die a Woman is a 1978 semidocumentary film concerning the lives of transgender people directed and produced by exploitation film auteur Doris Wishman.[1]


The film features interviews with gender dysphoria pundit and caregiver Dr. Leo Wollman as well as various transgender people, including transgender rights activist Deborah Hartin. Between the interviews, there are staged dramatizations of the interviewees' experiences.

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