A story of two high school girls that fall in love but encounter boundaries.
Sep goes through her high school life apathetically until she gets in touch with her emotions through the joy and suffering of unrequited love.
Khtobtogone begins as a love story between protagonist Zine and the girl of his dreams, Bulma. But in introspective narration, Zine reflects more broadly on masculinity and coming of age in Marseille’s Maghrebi community.
Off to college soon, Noah has to break up with his girlfriend Annie, and it's causing him a lot of anxiety.
A short experimental movie dealing with loneliness.
Bafta-winning drama. Following difficulties with her parents, teenager Gemma Brogan leaves home. She falls under the spell of a young woman who introduce her to the world of alternative youth culture and drugs. Initially her new life seems glamorous and exciting but she soon discovers its dark side as she slides uncontrollably into heroin addiction.
Based in Jacksonville, Oregon in the year 1992, life changes for the worst. People start going crazy, violent, cannibalistic, tearing the world apart. We follow Erin, a quiet young teenager through a post-apocalyptic world. Facing struggles not even your worst enemy should face. Mystery and menace have taken control of their lives. From getting ripped apart, broken down, hurt and scared. Erin and Jacob always find their way back to each other.
A simple how to on remaining healthy during these crazy times.
Hugo Frejer terrorizes his family and surroundings with his unhappy mood.
A coming of age story of Faye – a post SPM student, and hopefully to start a new stage in her life (college) with her first love, Ben, only to find planning to leave the country to study overseas. She must figure out how to save this relationship or deal with this long distance relationship , and cope with being alone. Exploring the subject matter of how most Malaysians tend to head overseas to further studies, facing the conflict of leaving behind the things they love and are familiar with, and eventually missing home.
A fifteen-year-old model train geek's date with his dream girl suddenly derails when a sinister hobby store owner shrinks and imprisons them in an elaborate, unearthly train set.
Min, a 16 year-old boy always gets moved around from the Thai capital Bangkok to many of the rural provinces because of his father's career. He's a polite and quiet boy, and the local students always make fun of him just because he's from Bangkok. He later becomes friend with Oud, a local bad-boy who is really a good guy inside. Just like any other teenagers, Min falls in love at first sight with Fang, a pretty girl from the same school, but this love is going to be tough because of the opposition of Fang's father.
Teenagers Kannan (Sangeeth) and Radhika (Sonia Nair) are cousins and childhood playmates. They meet again at their ancestral family house in the village during the holiday season. Kannan develops feelings for Radhika; but she is conflicted on how to act on the approaches by him.
Based on French writer Colette's 1923 novel, Le Blé en herbe focuses on the changing relationship between childhood friends Vinca and Phillipe. Both are on the verge of adulthood and beginning to recognize romantic feelings for one another when Phillipe meets a lascivious, wealthy older woman named Madam Dellaray. He is torn between his innocent but restricting affection for Vinca and satisfaction of his impatient lust for the new and mature world Madam Dellaray offers.
Falling Like This showcases compelling performances by two young actors, Brian Vaughan and Megan Wilson. Writer/Director Dani Minnick has crafted a compassionate examination of the ragged edge of suburban life as characterized by Boyd, a charming, vulnerable and inveterate juvenile delinquent whose love nearly derails the life of a middle-class teenage girl. The understated themes of adolescent rebellion, adult responsibility and the redemptive power of love are woven elegantly into this dream-like film.
Few protagonists are more compelling than the underdog sports hero, and “Strider” adds a new icon to the cinematic pantheon, upholding the grand tradition of “Rudy,” “Hoosiers,” and “Million Dollar Baby.” Jody (Yelena Friedman), a lonely teenage girl, joins forces with Hannah (Maggie Alexander), a disgraced track coach, and together they spend a summer training for the Pinnacle Games, the biggest track-and-field competition on the East Coast.
Unmarried teenage lovers turn to desperate measures after their clandestine tryst results in an unplanned pregnancy.
Two girls. Friends, confidents. An afternoon. Some drink. Memories. A soon departure. And a cozy goodbye.
High school student Wendy has an odd relationship with her five friends: They're openly sexual with each other, swapping partners every week. But this is all thrown into turmoil when she meets Sean, a new student in school who has a crush on her. Wendy wants to be with Sean, but doesn't want to disappoint her friends, whom she has known since grade school. When she does decide to leave them, her best friend, Billie, threatens revenge.