Ludovic is a young boy who can’t wait to grow up to be a woman. When his family discovers the little girl blossoming in him they are forced to contend with their own discomfort and the lack of understanding from their new neighbors. Their anger and impatience cave and Ludovic is sent to see a psychiatrist in the hopes of fixing whatever is wrong with him. A movie that addresses trans-gender and gender issues in general through the eyes of a child. —IMDb
Alain Berliner (born 21 February 1963) is a Belgian director best known for the 1997 film Ma vie en rose, which won the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 55th Golden Globe Awards in 1998. Ma vie en rose is also used as film in England, to teach children about cross-dressing and is a very valuable film for community. Born in Brussels, he also directed Le Mur, Passion of Mind, La Maison du canal, and J’aurais voulu être un danseur. —Wikipedia
Great discussion material on sexual identity, transgenderism and everything that surrounds it (family conflicts, lack of knowledge to deal with it, social repression, etc), but the movie is terribly cheesy and too colourful for my taste. I really appreciate its intentions since it's a relevant and rich subject, but I couldn't help myself from hating how it was conceived.