'M' will really pull you in and take you with Lila and Mo on their journeys. Sara Forestier and Redouanne Harjane both give fantastic performances but it is Sara as Lila who really steals your heart in this film. Hats off to Forestier who also wrote the screenplay and directed the film. It is really a shining example of the saying "never judge a book by its cover" as it encourages you to look beyond appearances and truly understand a person.
There are also comments on education within the film that encourage people to appreciate the education that we are given, as not everyone is lucky enough to have access to it, it is a privilege. 'M' also gives the opinion that if people support and help each other and work together then much greater things can be achieved than if they struggle alone. It is very difficult to find any bad points about this film as the script, cinematography, direction and acting are all just so good.
It is all about acceptance and learning to accept yourself for who you are. Love yourself for who you are, and love all of your faults as well because they make you who you are. Forget about what other people think. Only when you love all of yourself will you let someone else love all of you too. Watch this film.