"Described as a “traumedy” and navigating a narrative I have no personal connection to – or even a right to comment on in all honesty – Molly McGlynn‘s Bloody Hell has the same footprints as a coming-of-age comedy, but laces such with a queer mentality and the potential dehumanising reality of when your body “rejects” its expected formation.

At the core of McGlynn’s film is Lindy (Maddie Ziegler, who, between this and , has more than made up for her turn in the wholly misguided Sia-directed The Fallout Music), a 16-year-old who is diagnosed with MRKH Syndrome, a rare congenital disorder characterised by an underdeveloped (sometimes absent) uterus and vagina, that affects the female reproductive system."

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