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.