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Jonathan Evans 3 months ago
I just can't get over it's scale, it ends far more mature than it began.
Kirsty 8 months ago
I adored being able to watch the characters grow up, but the story wasn't great.
Julia G 10 months ago
Christopher McLean 1 year ago
Amazing cinematic achievement. Unfortunately story doesn't live up to the production
Jesse Beatson 1 year ago
although most "boyhoods" do not resemble this at all, it captured mine to a tee.
cervv 1 year ago
its okey
Gonzalo Torres Miró Quesada over 1 year ago
Too human for a film.
Johnny Nys over 1 year ago
Not as boring as they warned me. This is really life in a nutshell. Amazing achievement.
Sarah over 1 year ago
Movie was filmed for 12 yrs. Appreciated watching every aspect of each character's growth.
Dushan Hanuska over 1 year ago
Leif Jacobson almost 2 years ago
A crowning achievement for all of cinema, unparalleled in what it is able to do.
Ryan Boucher almost 2 years ago
A series of vignettes, some of which are good. Worth the watch.
Damian Campo almost 2 years ago
Overrated movie, the physical change in characters is interesting but it's a standard film
Rachelina Larasati almost 2 years ago
Years in vain.
Anastasia Loule almost 2 years ago
I've heard a lot about this movie, but it wasn't worth-watch.
antoshka almost 2 years ago
meh nothing special
Jack Genius almost 2 years ago
Molly Flanagan 2 years ago
Too much anticipation for an ordinary story. Soundtrack was delightful, though
Todor Mollov 2 years ago
Life. Piece of life.
Yahya Ayash Luqman 2 years ago
There is a reason why this won the oscar :D
The film tells a story of a divorced couple (Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette) trying to raise their young son (Ellar Salmon). The story follows the boy for twelve years, from first grade at age 6 through 12th grade at age 17-18, and examines his relationship with his parents as he grows.
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