Tomboy: Film Review
Promising French auteur Celine Sciamma follows up her noteworthy debut, "Water Lilies," with another sharply observed story of youths grappling with awkward bodies and budding hormones in the lighthearted preteen drama "Tomboy."
PARIS -- Promising French auteur Celine Sciamma follows up her noteworthy debut, Water Lilies, with another sharply observed story of youths grappling with awkward bodies and budding hormones in the lighthearted pre-teen drama, Tomboy. Since playing in Berlin’s Panorama and Generation sections (where it scooped up the Teddy Award Jury Prize), the film has sold in several territories with Stateside rights picked up by new indie distributor Rocket Releasing. It opens in France mid-April.
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