Tomboy (82 mins)
Ten-year-old Laure moves in to a new place one summer. When she introduces herself to her new neighbours, she claims to be a boy named Mickael. The deception works, even to the point that one of her friends, Lisa, falls in love with 'Mickael', until she gets into a fight to protect her little sister, and the truth is exposed.
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