One of the better films I saw last year, but I left it off my top ten list because it still hadn't hit theaters, was Xavier Dolan's Laurence Anyways. I made sure to give it a special mention because I didn't want to forget it, and come June I'll have a chance to see it again as Breaking Glass Pictures picked up the rights and will be bringing it to theaters.
Starring Melvil Poupaud and Suzanne Clement, the late-'80s set drama centers on Laurence Alia (Poupaud) as he celebrates his 30th birthday at which time he tells his girlfriend, Fred (Clement), he wants to become a woman.
I go into greater detail in my review from Cannes, but if that's enough to get you hooked, I'd recommend just giving the trailer a peek if you need anymore convincing and I also posted a clip showcasing Clement previously, which you can watch right here.
This film served as my introduction to Dolan and I've been meaning to explore his previous films ever since seeing it, but this one I will most certainly watch again.