Jack (2014)

Jack offers a grim yet moving portrayal of a childhood lived in unfortunate circumstances. Anyone seeking a poignant Coming-of-Age narrative will not be disappointed.

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.

King Jack (2015)

King Jack delivers an excellent cinematic experience that ranks it right up there with some of the best Coming-of-Age movies.

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

World Wide Woven Bodies (2015)

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.

Grand Hotel (2016)

A pleasant cinematic experience well worth one's time, Grand Hotel is a must see.

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.

Oscar et la Dame Rose (2009)

This is the story, told in the film, based on the novel by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt Oscar et la Dame Rose (Oscar and the Pink Lady). It's a film filled with sadness and love, beautiful and full of wisdom. It is one you won't forget long after the final credits roll…

Strýta (2012)

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

Wolf Children (2013)

Wolf Children is a must see film and audiences of all ages will appreciate the story – brought to life by great actors and first-class film making.

The New Kid (2015)

The New Kid is a Coming-of-Age flick which delivers the right doses of comedy and drama to engage and entertain - the best French Coming-of-Age film I have seen. A MUST SEE!

Adeus, Pai (1996)

Adeus, Pai is a heartwarming story with a superb Coming-of-Age narrative. It is the film I would refer anyone to who asks for a pure example of the Coming-of-Age genre in cinema.