T11 Incomplete

Drama | 105 minutes | 2020 | HD | United States Of America

Festivals & Awards

Winner: Best Feature Film - Reel Q Film Festival
Winner: Best Actress - Long Island International Film Expo
Official Selection: Mardis Gras Film Festival (Sydney, Australia)
Official Selection: Melbourne Queer Film Festival
Official Selection: BFI Flare (UK)
Official Selection: Outfest (Los Angeles)
Official Selection: Outshine (Miami)
Official Selection: Reeling (Chicago)
Official Selection: Reel Pride Film Festival (Canada)
Official Selection: Way Out West Film Festival (New Mexico)
Official Selection: Image + Nation (Canada)

Cast & Credits

Kristen Renton (Sons of Anarchy)
Karen Sillas (Sour Grapes / Simple Men)
Zachary Booth (Prodigal Son / The Good Fight)
Colin Bates (Sneaky Pete)

Written & Directed by Suzanne Guacci (Stuff)


Kate Murphy (Karen Sillas) lost everything when she hit rock bottom. Now, ten years sober, middle aged and living alone with her elderly cat, Kate strives to rebuild her broken life and repair her damaged relationship with her son Jack (Zachary Booth). Barely making ends meet as a visiting home health aide, Kate marches quietly through her uneventful days, until she is assigned a young, beautiful, paraplegic patient named Laura (Kristen Renton). Bonded by their mutual suffering, the two women share an undeniable connection and it isn’t long before they fall deeply in love. But when Kate steals money to save her dying cat, she betrays Laura’s trust and finds her fragile world shattered once again.

Director’s Statement: “T11 Incomplete is a story with disability at its center. The term ‘T11 Incomplete’ refers to the point of severing on the spine that causes paraplegia, but being an ‘incomplete’ paraplegic means that the patient still has some feeling, they are not completely numb.

As a disabled writer/director who is also part of the LGBTQ community, we made a conscious effort in our casting to be inclusive to the communities we are serving in the story. Which meant, we cast notable actors in the LGBTQ community as well as actors with apparent and non-apparent disabilities. The goal being to serve our story as authentically as possible.”


“…stands out in a good way.” – Eye For Film

“Gripping yet understated.” – Attitude.co.uk

“This is one of the most powerful, understated films of the festival, addressing issues of redemption, aging and disability.” - South Florida Gay News

“A Fulfilling film” – The Queer Review

“Extraordinary” – Edge Media Network

“Captivating” - Outfest