Sacret Silence is shoot in an unique way as many of the characters talk directly to the viewer.
This Dutch Coming-of-Age film is the unpretentious, yet moving, story of a 10-year-old boy endeavoring to accept, and deal with, the realities of his life.
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.
The Swedish drama "Before the Storm" features two life stories which tangle together resulting in a captivating and engaging narrative that won't leave anyone indifferent.
Scenes from the life of a 10-year-old Serbian boy growing up in the tense surroundings of Kosovo.
A great story about adolescence and father/son relationships. Though some feel its flawed, the reviewer can't recommend this film more highly.
A Bloody Tale is an impactful, harsh and well-acted film that is wholeheartedly recommended.
As a coming-of-age drama, The Demons, is not light entertainment, it is a realistic perspective of the world of the guiltless and the guilty.
An accurate portrayal of what it is like to be a teenager nowadays, presented in a thoughtful and honest manner.
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.
This made-for-television film from the 1980s has been described as possibly the greatest kids' horror film ever made.
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.