Adapted from the popular off-Broadway musical of the same name, Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) is a tale of the Communist Berlin-born Hedwig (John Cameron Mitchell) who dreams of musical fame in America. As the German dreamer gets older, he falls in love with an American G.I. (Maurice Dean Witt) who promises Hedwig an exciting life overseas if he agrees to undergo a sex change to become a pumpable female. After the sensitive surgery goes horribly wrong, Hedwig is left with an “angry inch” and is stranded by his military man in a depressing Kansas trailer, left to fend for himself. When the man with the mutilated member meets Tommy (Michael Pitt), the two bond until he steals Hedwig’s songs, leaving the transsexual sister sitting in the shadows trying to make herself whole again. We never get to see the angry inch, but we do get multiple looks at Mitchell’s lithe backside, and Witt lies naked on a bed with flower petals covering his essentials. There’s not much flesh, but the scene is quite the erotic surprise that will transform your angry inch into some happy inches.