The World of Ludovic (1993)

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.

Changes (2014)

A Coming-of-Age story touching on topics such as bullying, racism, individualism vs group mentality and self-acceptance.

The Color of Milk (2004)

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.

Evolution (2015)

A film from the art house horror genre with Coming-of-Age motifs. Not for the faint hearted.

To See The Sea (2014 )

To See the Sea is easy going and entertaining, yet manages to emit a surprising amount of significance.

Together (2009)

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.

Fog in August (2016)

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.

Crazy Love (1987)

A film in three acts, following its protagonist from childhood through adulthood. Shocking at times, it's none-the-less recommended.

Above Dark Waters (2013)

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

The Good Life (1996)

A film with a combination of drama, comedy and strong Coming-of-Age nuances that makes it a pleasant film to view.

Star Boys (2017)

Rebellion, friendship, confusion and the inevitable loss of one's innocence – all motifs one expects to see in a rite-of-passage film -- are present in Star Boys.

Markus and Diana (1996)

An entertaining comedy with strong Coming-of-Age motifs.