Directed by Megan Wennberg
DRAG KIDS is a Canadian documentary about drag kids i.e. kids that dress up in drag to perform, just as their adults counterparts – drag queens do.
Director Megan Wennberg’s doc takes advantage of this curiosity as well as proposes answers to questions like why would kids want to do drag and how their performances affect themselves and their close ones.
Four children are chosen from Canada, Europe (Spain) and the United States. The children are as diverse as they are drag kids. The four are: (their stage names used; just as their adults counterparts use) Queen Lactatia, Laddy GaGa, Suzan Bee Anthony and Bracken Hanke. The climax of the film is their performances, their first time at Fierte Montreal (the new name for Pride Montreal) where they come together and interact, just as their parents do. Needless to say, they…
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