Let Me Die a Woman

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

Let Me Die a Woman is a 1978 semi-documentary film by exploitation film director Doris Wishman.[1]


The film features interviews with sex reassignment surgeon Dr. Leo Wollman and various trans people.

Between the interviews, there are re-enactments or dramatizations of the interviewees' experiences, including an interview with Deborah Hartin. One interview features a woman who didn't wait long enough after surgery before she took a man home, and her new vagina started to bleed because it hadn't been given enough time to heal.

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