15 Minutes Of Flame


On a bravery scale of 1 to 10, we’re probably somewhere around a 4.

If cocktails are involved in advance, then possibly a 6.

Yet every day, there are heroes whose bravery busts out of that 10-point scale with numbers we can’t even comprehend. Soldiers, police officers and firefighters always have our utmost respect for doing jobs most people would never want to do.

Then throw transgender into the mix and a whole additional type of bravery factors into the equation.

That’s what you’ll discover in the story of Brooke Guinan, a third-generation firefighter. And the first openly transgender firefighter in New York City.

In Woman on Fire, out today on-demand, as well as on Blu-ray and DVD, you’ll get to see an intimate look inside the life of a transgender person, as well as the life of a firefighter.

And where those two intersect.

Fascinating, triumphant and heartbreaking in often very unique ways, this must-see film will open your eyes.

And warm your heart.

Woman on Fire
Directed by Julie Sokolow
Out today
$8.99 to $9.99 (HD) on iTunes
Premiering on STARZ November 27

Images courtesy FilmRise



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