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Heartstone (2016)

Visually beautiful and well-acted, Heartstone is a poignant film that earns the highest recommendation.
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The Liverpool Goalie (2010)

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.
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Changes (2014)

A Coming-of-Age story touching on topics such as bullying, racism, individualism vs group mentality and self-acceptance.
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My Best Enemy (2010)

My Best Enemy is a stirring portrayal of bullying, victimization, and revenge as seen through the eyes of the film's young protagonist.

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.

Above Dark Waters (2013)

With his fine portrayal of childhood innocence, Olavi Angervo stars in the Finnish film Above Dark Waters.

Møv og Funder (1991)

Despite its relatively short screen time, Møv og Funder's simple narrative is filled with nuances that make it intriguing and action that makes it intense and a joy to watch.
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Strýta (2012)

A beautifully shot film with a deep and meaningful story. It's an indisputable "must see"!

Holger & Vilde (2010)

A bitter-sweet story about friendship, growing up, first love and everything in between.
Rare Exports

Rare Exports (2010)

Rare Exports is not your typical holiday movie and it will, in fact, give you an entirely different perspective on Santa Claus.

The Song (2009)

This Danish film explores issues such as forgotten feelings, father-son relationships and bullying. Highly Recommended!

Drenge

Drenge (1977)

Drenge is a somewhat confusing Danish film by Director Nils Malmros.

The Art of Crying (2006)

The Art of Crying is a controversial Danish film which, because of it's subject matter and plot complexity, may not be suitable for young audiences.