, which screens as part of the second annual Charm City LGBT Film Festival at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson this week, her lip is split. One eye is heavily bruised, the other swollen shut. A ring of finger and hand bruises runs around her neck. And she recounts this ordeal with a voice that's barely audible. The documentary, co-directed by filmmaker Peter Goldsmid and artist Zanele Muholi, is a portrait of Muholi and her work, which offers a sobering exploration of lesbian lives in South Africa, where the possibility of sexual violence is an everyday fear. Gaika's rapist attacked her because of her sexuality. He wanted to cure her of being a lesbian by showing her that she is a woman, not a man. At least, that is what he told Gaika.