by Alicia Benjamin
One day films will be made by people like me -- fleshy people who have lived intricate, woven lives that don't translate so easily on the screen.
We won't need to do the research, to feel the dry scorching pain -- the unadulterated branding we've already endured.
One day, films will be made by people like me -- people who have dived into their lives, hit the bottom, then gracefully floated back up -- laughed hysterically at the misery, danced unceremoniously about the suffering.
One day, films will be made to make the whole world cry, like I've cried.
One day, un dia, it will happen.