Some movies don't merely entertain us, they broaden us. They expose us to people and situations we haven't encountered before. With the empathy implicit in the medium, such films enable us to see more of the world which, in turn, allows us to understand things previously unknown to us. That process is a healthy one.
If you're even a little curious about my early life, I highly recommend a movie that will both entertain and enlighten you. At times, it's funny; at times, it's sad. The movie accurately portrays the Procrustean conformity that modern society imposes on the subject of gender.
"Ma Vie En Rose," which translates to "My Life In Pink." It's a French film (with English subtitles) made in 1997.
The film is about a family. It explores what happens to the family when their young son, who believes he is a girl, starts to act like a girl in public. A suburban block of bourgeois neighbors erupts in social turmoil.
The story is quite engrossing and will likely amuse you. Perhaps it will also give you a small sense of what my life was like during childhood.