Boyhood

I realize that I haven’t posted here in quite a while, but it took a very special something to shake me up and bring me back here to share my love for a movie that has stuck with me, and that I still think about every day since I saw it three weeks ago… Filmed over twelve years with the same actors, this would be an amazing achievement in itself, but forget about the gimmick, this is not what makes Richard Linklater’s film special. It is all the small moments, the casual conversations, the stolen glances, the music, that all add up to a masterpiece. I didn’t want it to end. Try to catch it in cinemas, I doubt anything better will come out this year.


Release Date
July 2014
Runtime
2 h 44 min
Genres
Drama
Director
Richard Linklater
Actors
Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke, Lorelei Linklater, Tamara Jolaine, Zoe Graham, Sam Dillon, Nick Krause, Shane Graham, Taylor Weaver, Elijah Smith, Steven Chester Prince, Bonnie Cross, Sydney Orta, Libby Villari, Marco Perella, Jamie Howard, Andrew Villarreal, Tess Allen, Ryan Power, Sharee Fowler, Mark Finn, Charlie Sexton, Byron Jenkins, Holly Moore, David Blackwell, Barbara Chisholm, Matthew Martinez-Arndt, Cassidy Johnson, Cambell Westmoreland, Jennifer Griffin, Garry Peters, Merrilee McCommas, Jordan Howard, Andrew Bunten, Tyler Strother, Evie Thompson, Brad Hawkins, Savannah Welch, Mika Odom, Sinjin Venegas, Derek Chase Hickey, Angela Rawna, Megan Devine, Jenni Tooley, Landon Collier, Roland Ruiz, Richard Jones, Karen Jones, Gordon Friday, Tom McTigue, Martel Summers, David Clark, Jessie Tilton, Richard Robichaux, Will Harris, Indica Shaw, Bruce Salmon, Wayne Sutton, Joe Sundell, Sean Tracey, Ben Hodges, Daniel Zeh, Chris Doubek, Andrea Chen, Mona Lee Fultz, Bill Wise, Alina Linklater, Charlotte Linklater, Genevieve Kinney, Elijah Ford, Kyle Crusham, Conrad Choucroun, Maximillian McNamara, Jessi Mechler
Overview
The film tells a story of a divorced couple trying to raise their young son. 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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