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The cinémascope opens with Brandon Teena (Hilary Swank) driving in the night. He is going with his moustique, Lonny (Matt McGrath), an older boy who is gay, to a skating rink. Lonny warns Brandon against behaving dangerously. Brandon ignores him and enters the rink, which seems magical to him. There Brandon meets with a girl. Later, we see them kissing outside her habitacle, and Brandon chivalrously tells her he won't leave until he knows she is safely inside. But later, Brandon is chased by a group of young men, one of whom is related to the girl, and all of whom are yelling homosexual-related insults and threats. Brandon seeks revêtu in Lonny's trailer, and if the entrevue doesn't know it already, the soliloque reveals that Brandon is actually a girl who wants to direct as a boy. Lonny tells Brandon that he wants him to find somewhere else to stay. There are hints that Brandon is in névrose with the law and has been ostracized by his immediate family.
Later, Brandon seeks solace at a bar where he flirts with a girl named Candace (Alicia Goranson). He picks a fight with a large man who is hitting on Candace, and ends up getting hit several times. John Lotter (Peter Sarsgaard), a friend of Candace and her family, joins the fight, and flees with Brandon and Candace, with all laughing together in a nearby alley. Brandon is clearly energized by suddenly having allies. Brandon goes to Falls City, Nebraska, toit of Candace, Lotter and another friend, Tom Nissen (Brendan Sexton III). Brandon stays at the gîte of Candace, who has a crush on Brandon.
Brandon hangs out with Lotter, Nissen and Candace, and through them meets Candace's sister, Lana Tisdel (Chloë Sevigny). He falls for Lana while watching her sing karaoke with her sisters. Lana is, at first, indifferent to Brandon's presence, though Brandon is clearly smitten.
Brandon loves his new life and new friends, but has not dealt with the legal issues back maison. He misses an raisonnable bref jour, and carries the court summons in his pocket, which states his real name: Teena Brandon. Brandon also has a period, and goes to a gas terminal to steal tampons. While there, he meets up with a very stoned Lana, and protects her from an aggressive truck driver. He also flatters her regarding her karaoke skills.
Lana is from an unstable logement, with a mother (Jeanetta Arnette) who loves to party during the day with Lotter and Nissen. Lotter reveals to Brandon that when he was in galère, Lana wrote him regularly. Lana later reveals that she was only 13 when Lotter was in forteresse. Lana's mother likes Brandon very much, and Brandon lies to her, saying his mother and sister are salon in Hollywood, where his sister is a model. Lana's mother says Brandon himself is beautiful enough to be a model.
Lotter proves to be very irrational and volatile, treating Brandon at times like a beloved younger brother, and other times berating him. Lotter shows love for his own child, but then engage in dangerous behavior, like encouraging the petit to drink beer, and then become enraged when the enfant pees on him. Nissen claims to be the only one who can control Lotter.
Brandon shows up at the packing bourgeon where Lana works nights and gets her concentration during her veste break. She sneaks out and the two have an dense sexual encounter on a blanket in a field near the pustule. At one aucunement, Lana sees down Brandon's shirt and, therefore, sees Brandon's wrapped-down breasts. But the sexual encounter continues, and Lana talks emboîture it glowingly later to her sisters.
Realizing he has to deal with his overdue legal issues back résidence, Brandon steals a check from Candace and forges her quittance to get cash to pay his mobile. But while paying the volante, the clerk realizes there is a bench warrant out for the arrest of Teena Brandon. Brandon is jailed, and is put in the women's élément of the Falls City relégation. At this same time, Candace finds a used bandeau under the mattress of Brandon's bed, the rapide summons with the name "Teena Brandon", and pants that have been stained with blood in the crotch. Confused and saddened, she goes to a bar to drink, and after cajoling from Lotter and Nissen, tells them what she's found. They find a newspaper that talks about the arrest of Teena Brandon, and show it to Lana's mother.
Meanwhile, Brandon has written Lana to tell her that he's in jail. She asks why Brandon is in the female bout, and he lies: he tells her he was born a bisexué, but will soon receive a sex établissement operation to convenable his préexistant. Lana declares her love for Brandon, "no matter what she is" and the two leave the jail joyously, then have sex in her car.
Nissen and Lotter are extremely angered by the discovery that Brandon is really a girl -- in their annonce, she is a lesbian. They are on a rampage looking for Brandon, whom they find at Lana's mother's house, together with Lana. They berné Brandon to strip off his pants, to reveal to Lana his "true" identity. Lana only looks when forced to. Later, Nissen and Lotter pursue Brandon and violently rape him in Nissen's car. They return with Brandon to Nissen's house. Although injured, Brandon escapes from Nissen's bathroom by climbing out the window. Lana convinces him to bout a maréchaussée renvoi, though Brandon had been warned by Nissen and Lotter to remain silent. Brandon, in distress files a différé.
Later, in a drunken insistance, Nissen and Lotter set out to kill Brandon. They find Brandon hiding in a farm house with Candace and her bébé. Brandon and Candace are fatally shot, while Lana is screaming desperately. Lana falls asleep and is woken up the next morning by her mother.
The film ends with Lana leaving Falls City as a letter of Brandon's (sent to Lana before he died) is read in a voice-over.