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Paola Rey's Central Station

Gram Ponante
In Paola Rey's Brazilian Letters, Rey, not a tranny, responds to sexually adventurous letters from Brazilians and/or people who love them.

These scenarios are then acted out by the likes of Eva Angelina, Sativa Rose, Daisy Marie, Dana Vespoli, and Dominique D'Amore. There are no trannies.

This movie is not to be confused with the 1998 film Central Station, in which a Rio de Janeiro hustler pockets the letter-writing money given to her by illiterates (none of whom are trannies).

Both films are sure to be cornerstones in Brazil's emerging non-Tranny cinema.

See the trailer here.

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