Céline Sciamma’s “Tomboy” is one of the greatest films of the current century. Although it stars a young girl as the main character, the film does a good job in attracting all age groups. Tomboy brings us Laure/Mickäel (Zoé Héran), a 10-year-old who deliberately presents himself as a boy to the neighborhood. The film presents an unforgettable look at the innocence and confusion as children grow up. Indeed, it is one of the most empathetic films illustrating a perfect picture of gender identity in the modern sense. Laure is depicted as an androgynous-looking child given a blank slate on which she is to illustrate their own identity once her family shifted. The film goes ahead to depict Laure’s new experiences as a transgender among her friends. The film also perfectly illustrates the significance of gender identity, social interaction, and acceptance from an early age. You only need 1 hour and a half to enjoy this modern and organic film. The film received various awards with Laure taking one for best performance in the film. It is also Céline’s perfect touch that deals to tackle one of the most complicated issues in the modern world.