A Coming-of-Age experience for almost all the characters in this film, from the oldest to the youngest. Highly recommended for the free spirits out there.
Roller Coaster features an abundance of dramatic and visual surprises, making its 30 minute length fly by.
Boyhood is both a nostalgic time capsule of the recent past and an ode to growing up and parenting.
World Wide Woven Bodies is as much about the Coming-of-Age of a Norwegian teenager as it is about the advent of the internet as a 90s historical event.
An accurate portrayal of what it is like to be a teenager nowadays, presented in a thoughtful and honest manner.
A suspenseful short film, Snake Bite grabs one’s interest and holds it throughout – all the way to its original ending.
An excellent Coming-Of-Age drama/romance that does almost everything right. Highly recommended!
As a coming-of-age drama, The Demons, is not light entertainment, it is a realistic perspective of the world of the guiltless and the guilty.
First-love, friendship, bullying, self-acceptance and respect, The Liverpool Goalie shares the characteristics of many Coming-of-Age films, but without clichés. A fun filled, refreshing cinematic experience.
A Coming-of-Age story touching on topics such as bullying, racism, individualism vs group mentality and self-acceptance.
An excellent film with a real message in its story, Just a Dream deserves to be seen and enjoyed.
The story of a real family, Low Tide movie gives us an opportunity to participate in the life of a boy and his mother -- not in a voyeuristic way, but as a companion.