Little Girl

Sasha is a little girl born as a boy in a small town in France. “When I grow up, I’ll be a girl,” Sasha tells her parents. When Sasha is 7 years old, her parents have realized that this was not just a phase. They do their utmost to make society accept her for who she is, but the understanding and acceptance from the school, the dance school and the parents of the other children is lacking. This touching film sheds light on a very current and important topic that creates strong engagement, and contributes to debate with a perspective that in many ways has been lacking. One which is absolutely crucial to think about how we as a society should relate to gender dysphoria; namely how this is experienced for the child.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Petite fille
  • Director
    Sébastien Lifshitz
  • Producer
    Monica Hellstrøm, Muriel Meynard, Fabrice Puchault
  • Writers
    Sébastien Lifshitz
  • Photo
    Paul Guilhaume
  • Playtime
    1 h 30 min
  • Year
  • Country
  • Age limit
    Available for all ages
  • Production
    ARTE, Agat Films & Cie
  • Distributor
    Selmer Media