Saturday: 6:30 pm – Wilson Theater
Sunday: 12:00 pm – La Casa Grande
Runtime: 95 min.
Director: Iris Almaraz
Website: Delusions of Grandeur
In the mid-’90s a medicated grungy girl stopped taking her medication (Prozac), crossed over a rainbow, and became a woman in a crazy wonderful place called San Francisco.
Finding love is really, really hard…, really. Just ask Lucy, a 22-year old medicated grunge girl who will do anything to move out of her father’s suburban home; search for the mother that abandoned her a decade earlier, lose her virginity, do drugs, find love, attain spiritual enlightenment, learn to breath with a girdle on and become a woman in the process. Luckily for Lucy she has a new roommate who knows a mouthful about what it takes to become a woman.
Illusion is a Transgender who has walked the streets of San Francisco’s red light district for more years than she can remember and finding love is something she has done many times j- now, if only she could hold on to it. What better city to do any and everything you can dream of than the golden gated city by the bay? Like the local barista said “I just really like this town. You can be from anywhere in the world and you can be your true self here.”