Toccoa, Georgia. Robert Eads is a 52-year-old wise-cracking cowboy who was born female and transitioned into living as a man after bearing two sons. Fifteen years later, he has fallen in love with Lola Cola, a vivacious and magnetic woman who was born male. Together they are coping with Robert's terminal case of ovarian cancer.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Music, Joel Harrison.
Sundance Film Festival, 2001: Grand Jury Prize--Documentary.
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