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Nenè genuinely portrays the voyage of a seven-year-old boy and his 14-year-old cousin, from childhood to adulthood.
A short film by Keith Fleetwood, Gravel Road deals with alcoholism and the physical and psychological abuse that often accompanies it.
Keby Som Mal Pusku provides an intriguing look at war and at everyday life during World War II in Slovenia – from a child’s perspective.
Zmory (Nightmares) is one of the classic Coming-of-Age titles from Poland that has earned popularity internationally. Recommended to fans of European cinema and the Coming-of-Age genre.
Finally, after years of not being available because it was banned in its native country of Bulgaria, a review of this controversial film by Alexo Petrov.
Director Keegan Wilcox has filled this short film with meaning, beauty, compassion and hope in the goodness of humanity. I urge you to invest three minutes of your time. It’s worth it!
The Other is a compelling, shocking and entertaining film that won’t leave anyone indifferent. Highly recommended!
Jesus Henry Christ has a narrative that is filled with ingenious humor and plot twists that are sure to keep you glued to the screen throughout.
Martin’s Day relates the story of an unlikely relationship between an escaped convict and a young boy he kidnaps while on the run while offering exciting adventures, dramatic tension and surprise plot twists.
Coming-of-Age nuances highlight a story that focuses on the experiences of a 12-year-old as he discovers that the end of the world is imminent.
The French film, Les Choristes, is at times sad, even violent, but it always conveys to the viewer a wonderful feeling of hope.
An 11-year-old boy suspects that he might be adopted because the color of his eyes do not match those of his parents in this 2006 Finnish film.