Lincoln, the latest in a long line of Lincoln films, opens nationwide on Friday.
The Lincoln film is an exploration of how transgender people are transformed through history.
The film is set in the United States in the early 20th century and stars Lincoln, whose character is named Lincoln.
It is the third time Lincoln has made the movie, following 2015’s Lincoln and the 2016 version of Lincoln that was produced by Paramount Pictures.
The Lincoln film follows a transgender woman named Lucy who is hired as a maid to Lincoln’s family.
Lucy is an adopted daughter of a wealthy family, but is secretly trans and has been living as a woman for decades.
She has a crush on Lincoln and is later discovered to be a woman.
Lucy eventually becomes pregnant with Lincoln’s child, and the baby is adopted by the family, which eventually becomes a family of three.
The film tells the story of Lucy’s transition from being a woman into a man, and is also based on the story told in the bestselling book of the same name by author J.K. Rowling.
The book has been the subject of multiple awards and critical praise, and has garnered the support of President Trump, who is a fan of the film.
The movie has earned $100 million at the box office, including a $12 million win at the New York Film Festival.
The movie will be available to stream in theaters on Friday, March 10.
The release is a direct result of the Trump administration’s transgender bathroom ban, which banned trans people from using bathrooms in government buildings, public buildings and other government facilities, including public schools.