The death of a loved one is a commonly addressed theme in films belonging to the Coming-of-Age genre.
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A family is suddenly torn apart from a horrific disaster which takes away the life of one parent and leaves the surviving one and the teenage son trying to piece together their shattered lives.
A boy tries hard to deal with worries, confusion, and grief brought about as a result of his terminally ill mother.
Impressing with its ability to portray the inner world of its young protagonist, Hard Goodbyes: My Father delivers a poignant cinematic experience.
A 12-year-old boy finds a new passion in flying paper planes and tries to help his father deal with grief.
A slice of real life – thanks to a capable youthful cast and Director Meby's talent for working so well with it. Recommended!
Wide Awake is highly recommended for everyone seeking a poignant Coming-of-Age film with a message. It's inspirational and a must see!!
Little Accidents is gem of the independent Coming-of-Age cinema. Highly recommended.
After 11-year-old Lucas Simons loses his brother in a traffic accident, Lucas becomes obsessed with death.
Family harmony and happiness are dealt a catastrophic blow. How the family deals with it is the theme of "Life According to Nino".
Finn is an unpretentious, yet moving story of a nine-year-old motherless boy.
A somewhat controversial film about a 13-year-old boy Coming-of-Age in New York City.
Beautiful cinematography, set locations and, most of all, the performance of the young cast make this a film worth seeing.
Hide Your Smiling Faces is a psychological drama that follows the rite-of-passage experiences of two adolescent kids as they face a shocking tragedy.
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