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.
Three young Norwegian girls deal with peer pressure and expectations of "normality", in The Color of Milk, a typical character based Coming-of-Age drama with romance nuances.
A Coming-of-Age story touching on topics such as bullying, racism, individualism vs group mentality and self-acceptance.
A film from the art house horror genre with Coming-of-Age motifs. Not for the faint hearted.
To See the Sea is easy going and entertaining, yet manages to emit a surprising amount of significance.
A powerful Coming-of-Age drama exposing one of the horrible crimes of the Nazi regime and its inhumanity as told through the eyes of a young boy.
A film in three acts, following its protagonist from childhood through adulthood. Shocking at times, it's none-the-less recommended.
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.
With his fine portrayal of childhood innocence, Olavi Angervo stars in the Finnish film Above Dark Waters.
A film with a combination of drama, comedy and strong Coming-of-Age nuances that makes it a pleasant film to view.
An entertaining comedy with strong Coming-of-Age motifs.
The story of the struggles of a homosexual boy growing up in a working house family in rural France.