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The World of Ludovic (1993)

For those who have read Romeo and Juliet - and liked it - you would also enjoy The World of Ludovic as a prime example of good European Coming-of-Age cinema.

The Strange Ones (2017)

Unlike the short feature film on which this film is based, this full length feature version is an engaging movie with the right dose of controversy and ambiguity. Highly recommended!
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The Girl Next Door (2007)

While not a typical first-love Coming-of-Age film, The Girl Next Door is a film about love – albeit a tragic one.
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The Other (1972)

The Other is a compelling, shocking and entertaining film that won't leave anyone indifferent. Highly recommended!

Fog in August (2016)

A powerful Coming-of-Age drama exposing one of the horrible crimes of the Nazi regime and its inhumanity as told through the eyes of a young boy.

Play (2011)

Play is a portrayal of the rite of passage experiences of three young Swedish boys who become victims of intimidation and psychological bullying. A provocative film, which may leave the viewer with more questions than answers.

Last Ride (2009)

A 2009 Australian film that is essentially a Road movie - but one with significant Coming-of-Age overtones.

The Devil in the Skin (2011)

The Devil in the Skin is a French Coming-of-Age drama telling the story of the strong bond between brothers.
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Moiré (2014)

An eight-year-old struggles to establish his self-identity in this Spanish short film featuring at top notch performance by Hugo Arbués.

The Interrogation of Michael Crowe

Read more about one of the best Coming-of-Age movies ever made.They did not want the truth-they wanted him to confess

The Giants (Les Géants) (2011)

The Giants is a simple, yet stunningly gorgeous film, in both story and visuals. The acting, directing, cinematography and storyline all combine to make this a film which is highly recommended to all.
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The Confession (2010)

Do we always make the right choices? That’s what you will keep wondering when you see the 2010 British short film "The Confession".

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