5º – Almost Famous (Cameron Crowe, 2000)A teenager has the opportunity to follow the tour of a rock band in order to write an article for a magazine. ‘Almost Famous’ is concise in its history and dynamic in its triggering of scenes resulting in a great movie. Here we explore a positive side of the exaggerations of adolescence, showing how important this can be for the development of the individual.
4º – Rushmore (Wes Anderson, 1998)We will follow the everyday student life of a teenager completely different from the ordinary, seeing the young man fall in love with a teacher, start a friendship with a middle-aged man and also deal with the nuances of his relationship with his best friend. Directed by Wes Anderson, ‘Rushmore’ is a comedy that can portray the turbulence of adolescence, managing to mitigate the more rustic events of the stage by mild exposure of scenes.
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