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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.
A female Coming-of-Age movie that tried hard to capture a child's imagination and deal with issues such as grief, compassion, memories, and friendship, but largely fails to do so.
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.
The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet is a film that can be enjoyed on many different levels: serious or playful, full of meaning or meaningless – yet at all-times entertaining.
A story more complex than it appears on the surface featuring Thomas Horn in a remarkably lifelike depiction of a child on the autistic spectrum who is trying to cope with overpowering grief..and more.
A slice of real life – thanks to a capable youthful cast and Director Meby's talent for working so well with it. Recommended!
Despite some cinematic imperfections, The Orphanage manages to engage, presenting a suspenseful atmosphere and terrific acting by its young protagonist.
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.