Ma Vie En Rose

AKA "My Life In Pink" Seven year old Ludovic enjoys playing dress-up with lipstick and high heels and plans to marry a male classmate... which would be fine, except that Ludovic is a boy. His gender-bending play is met with bemusement at first by his parents but the family soon faces scorn and ostracization by their surburban Belgian community. This funny, lyrical and touching look at sexual identity stars Michele Laroque, Jean-Philippe Ecoffey and Georges du Fresne.

Year: 1997
Genre: Queer Cinema, Film Festivals 1998, Transvestism
Country: Belgium, France
Director: Alain Berliner
Starring: Jean-Philippe Ecoffey, Michele Laroque
Duration: 89 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains low level offensive language.
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Queer Cinema
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