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A boy's life from early childhood to college, captured over 12 years.


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With 'Boyhood: Moments of a Life', the always innovative American filmmaker, Richard Linklater ('Before Sunrise') achieved one of the most ambitious and successful cinematic experiments of our time: matching real time with the time of film narration. The movie was filmed over twelve years (2001-2013), with a script written collaboratively on the go, to tell the story of twelve years in the life of a child, emotionally portrayed by Ellar Coltrane, whom we see growing and maturing before our eyes. It is an epic film in the proportions of its production, but extremely intimate in the scope of its story. Winner of the Oscar for Patricia Arquette's performance.



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The life of Mason, from early childhood to his arrival at college.

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