PORT AUTHORITY – Review by Valerie Kalfrin

In Port Authority, writer-director Danielle Lessovitz weaves a tender story of love, family, and self-discovery around a white youth unable to express himself and a black trans woman who only wants honesty. Twenty-year-old Paul arrives at New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal from Pittsburgh, aiming for a fresh start. After fighting off a couple of guys who try to steal his phone on the subway, he falls in with Lee who takes Paul to a shelter.

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