A new documentary series removes the veil on gender confirmation surgeries and provides privileged access to these medical procedures performed in Montreal, changing thousands of lives each year.
The Arbania team was hired to film the documentary series A new dayUnprecedented access to a private hospital center specializing in transplant surgery, GrS Montréal is the only one in Canada and its expertise is unique in the world.
Since 1980, the GrS Montreal Group has performed more than 10,500 surgeries for trans and non-binary clients worldwide.
Divided into eight 30-minute episodes, the documentary series presents behind-the-scenes gender assurance from recovery room to recovery and rehabilitation, through touching stories and inspiring journeys of patients passing through the GrS Montreal.
The series is well designed. It is definitely suitable for those who are interested and interested in medical broadcasting. He oversees clients and medical staff who look to welcome, help and supervise patients who are about to experience one of the most important events of their lives. She takes a sensitive, empathetic and touching view of the reality of trans individuals seeking vaginoplasty or phloplasty.
A new day It also demonstrates the surgical ability performed on the site each day, saving thousands of lives since it opened in 1973.
For now, the documentary series, produced by Arbania in association with Bell Media, will be available for subscribers to the video on-demand platform Grave, but it is not excluded that it will one day be live on other Bell Media channels. .
Directed by Emily Rickard-Harvey, A new day Available in Gray from May 11th.
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