Seahorse: The Dad Who Gave Birth is now on iPlayer, following its recent cinema debut.

Earning strong reviews and a brief cinema outing a few weeks back was Jeanie Finlay’s new film, the documentary Seahorse: The Dad Who Gave Birth.

Her film follows the story of Freddy, a 30-year old trans man who desperately wants to start a family. So much so that he decides to carry his own child. A decision that causes all sorts of conflicts within himself. Furthermore, there’s the challenge too of a society festering with hostility towards trans people. For Freddy, he has to face a tumultuous time with the support of the friends and family who are still willing to stand by him. Finlay’s movie follows him for a period of three years, and it’s some piece of cinema.

What’s more, it’s available to viewers in the UK on the BBC iPlayer service, and will be for just over a fortnight. The 86 minute film will be removed from the service on October 9th, and it’s available to download from the service too. Do check it out.

The direct iPlayer link is here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0008bxb/seahorse-the-dad-who-gave-birth

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