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American Pie, 1h35
Directed by Chris Weitz, Paul Weitz
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, La sexualité des mineurs, Films about virginity
Actors Jason Biggs, Chris Klein, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Alyson Hannigan, Shannon Elizabeth, Natasha Lyonne

Four high school seniors from western Michigan are good friends: Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs), an awkward, nerdy and sexually naïve character whose dad Noah (Eugene Levy) attempts to offer sexual advice including purchasing and giving him pornography; Chris "Oz" Ostreicher (Chris Klein), a member of the high school lacrosse team; Kevin Myers (Thomas Ian Nicholas), their geeky leader who wants to lose his virginity with his girlfriend named Vicky (Tara Reid); and Paul Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas), a mochaccino-drinking sophisticate and a nerd. They are four outsiders who are geeks, usually get laughed at by arrogant jock Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott). These four boys make a pact, at Kevin's prompting, to lose their virginity before their high school graduation after a dorky classmate, Chuck Sherman (Chris Owen), claims to have done so at a party hosted by Stifler an ignorant and obnoxious lacrosse player who happens to be a close friend of the group (to a lesser degree, Finch, with whom he has a love-hate friendship).
Juno
Juno (2007)
, 1h36
Directed by Jason Reitman
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about adoption, Films about children, Films about families, Pregnancy films, Films about sexuality, La sexualité des mineurs
Actors Ellen Page, Michael Cera, Jennifer Garner, Jason Bateman, Allison Janney, J. K. Simmons

Sixteen-year-old Minnesota high-schooler Juno MacGuff (Ellen Page) discovers she is pregnant with a child fathered by her friend and longtime admirer, Paulie Bleeker (Michael Cera). She initially considers an abortion. Going to a local clinic run by a women's group, she encounters outside a schoolmate who is holding a rather pathetic one-person pro-life vigil. Once inside, however, Juno is alienated by the clinic staff's authoritarian and bureaucratic attitudes. She is particularly offended by their calling her "sexually active", a term which she feels demeans the highly emotional event by which she became pregnant. All of this decides her against abortion, and she decides to give the baby up for adoption. With the help of her friend Leah (Olivia Thirlby), Juno searches the ads in the Pennysaver and finds a couple she feels will provide a suitable home. She tells her parents, Mac (J.K. Simmons) and stepmother, Bren (Allison Janney), who offer their support. With Mac, Juno meets the couple, Mark and Vanessa Loring (Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner), in their expensive home and agrees to a closed adoption.
La Luna
La Luna (1979)
, 2h22
Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci
Origin Italie
Genres Drama
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about families, Films about sexuality, La sexualité des mineurs
Actors Jill Clayburgh, Renato Salvatori, Alida Valli, Veronica Lazăr, Franco Citti, Roberto Benigni

Joe (Matthew Barry) is the son of famous opera singer Caterina Silveri (Jill Clayburgh). While Joe believes that Caterina's husband, Douglas Winter (Fred Gwynne), is his biological father, the truth is that he was sired by Caterina's former lover, who is now living in Italy and working as a schoolteacher. Joe is moody and rebellious and needs a strong father figure to guide him and keep him in line, but Douglas is ineffectual and emotionally weak, and when Joe witnesses the sudden death of Douglas, it sends him over the edge. In hopes of boosting her singing career, which has fallen into a rut, Caterina decides to move to Italy with her son. There, Joe falls in with a dangerous crowd and becomes addicted to heroin.
The Blue Lagoon, 1h44
Directed by Randal Kleiser
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Adventure, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about families, Pregnancy films, Seafaring films, Naturisme, Films about sexuality, Transport films, Le thème des vacances, La sexualité des mineurs, Disaster films, Films about seafaring accidents or incidents, Films about virginity
Actors Brooke Shields, Christopher Atkins, Leo McKern, William Daniels, Alan Hopgood, Gus Mercurio

In the Victorian period, two young cousins, Richard and Emmeline Lestrange, and a galley cook, Paddy Button (Leo McKern), survive a shipwreck in the South Pacific and reach a lush tropical island. Paddy cares for the small children and forbids them by "law" from going to the other side of the island, as he found evidence of remains of bloody human sacrifices. He also warns them against eating a scarlet berry which is apparently deadly.
Jennifer's Body, 1h42
Directed by Karyn Kusama, Mason Novick
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Horror, Black comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Dance films, Films about education, Films about children, Feminist films, Films about sexuality, Sports films, Bisexuality-related films, LGBT-related films, La sexualité des mineurs, Demons in film, Political films, Comedy horror films, Buddy films, Films about school violence, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Megan Fox, Amanda Seyfried, Johnny Simmons, J. K. Simmons, Amy Sedaris, Adam Brody

Anita "Needy" Lesnicki, once an insecure and bookish teenager living near Devil's Kettle, Minnesota, is now a violent mental inmate who narrates the story as a flashback while in solitary confinement. She has been friends with a selfish and popular cheerleader, Jennifer Check, since childhood, despite having little in common. One night, Jennifer takes Needy to a local dive bar to attend a concert by indie rock band Low Shoulder. A suspicious fire engulfs the bar, killing several people, and Jennifer, who is in shock, agrees to leave with the band despite Needy's protests. Later that evening, Jennifer, covered in blood, appears in Needy's kitchen and proceeds to eat food from the refrigerator. Unable to digest the matter, she vomits a trail of black, spiny fluid and then leaves in a hurry as Needy calls after her.
Peppermint Soda, 1h40
Directed by Diane Kurys
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes L'adolescence, Films about education, Films about children, Films about sexuality, La sexualité des mineurs
Actors Odile Michel, Éléonore Klarwein, Yves Rénier, Anouk Ferjac, Michel Puterflam, Robert Rimbaud

In 1963, thirteen-year-old Anne and fifteen-year-old Frederique are two Jewish sisters whose parents are separated. They live in Paris with their mom and spend their summer holidays at the beach with their father, around whom they both feel awkward. They attend a strict school.
Rushmore
Rushmore (1999)
, 1h33
Directed by Wes Anderson
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, La sexualité des mineurs
Actors Jason Schwartzman, Olivia Williams, Bill Murray, Seymour Cassel, Brian Cox, Mason Gamble

Max Fischer, a mature and eccentric 15-year-old, is a scholarship student at Rushmore Academy, a private school in Houston. He is both Rushmore's most extracurricular and least scholarly student. He spends nearly all of his time on elaborate extracurricular activities, caring little how it affects his grades. He also feuds with the school's headmaster, Dr. Guggenheim.
The Dreamers, 1h56
Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci
Origin France
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about films, Films about children, Films about families, Films about sexuality, La sexualité des mineurs
Actors Michael Pitt, Eva Green, Louis Garrel, Anna Chancellor, Robin Renucci, Jean-Pierre Kalfon

Matthew (Michael Pitt) is an American exchange student who has come to Paris to study French. While at the Cinémathèque Française protesting the firing of Henri Langlois, he meets the free-spirited twins Théo (Louis Garrel) and Isabelle (Eva Green). The three bond over a shared love of film.
The French Kissers, 1h30
Directed by Riad Sattouf
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, La sexualité des mineurs
Actors Vincent Lacoste, Noémie Lvovsky, Anthony Sonigo, Irène Jacob, Emmanuelle Devos, Valeria Golino

Hervé (Vincent Lacoste) is a teenage boy in junior high school with ordinary looks and middling grades, living with his single mother in a housing estate in Rennes. He and his best friend Camel (Anthony Sonigo) often fantastize about their female classmates and their mothers, but have less luck with girls in reality.
Kids
Kids (1995)
, 1h31
Directed by Larry Clark
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Medical-themed films, Films about drugs, Films about sexuality, Sports films, La sexualité des mineurs, HIV/AIDS in film, Films about virginity, Skateboard
Actors Leo Fitzpatrick, Justin Pierce, Chloë Sevigny, Rosario Dawson, Jon Abrahams, Harmony Korine

The film opens with 16-year-old Telly (Leo Fitzpatrick) and a 12-year-old girl who are making out on a bed. With no adults around, Telly convinces the girl, who is a virgin, to have sex with him. Afterwards, he meets his friend, Casper (Justin Pierce), and tells him about his sexual experience in graphic terms. They go inside a local store, where Casper shoplifts a bottle of malt liquor as Telly distracts the cashier. Looking for drugs, food and a place to hang out, they head to their friend Paul's (Sajan Bhagat) apartment, though they express dislike of him on the way there. They arrive at Paul's house, talk about sex and smoke marijuana while watching a skate video (Video Days). Casper inhales nitrous oxide out of balloons, which Telly considers dangerous. The scene intercuts with a group of girls, among them Ruby (Rosario Dawson) and Jennie (Chloë Sevigny), talking about sex—each gender contradicting what the other gender says, especially about oral sex.
Farewell My Concubine, 2h50
Directed by Chen Kaige
Origin Hong kong
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about music and musicians, Politique, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, La sexualité des mineurs, Transgender in film, Musiques du monde, Musical films, Political films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Leslie Cheung, Gong Li, Zhang Fengyi, Jiang Wenli

Farewell My Concubine spans 53 years, presenting the lives of two men against the historical backdrop of a country in upheaval. It is about the story of Dieyi and Xiaolou and how their lives are affected by the Japanese invasion of China in the 1930s and the victory of the Communists in 1949.
Melissa P.
Melissa P. (2005)
, 1h40
Directed by Luca Guadagnino
Origin Italie
Genres Drama
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, La sexualité des mineurs, Films about virginity
Actors María Valverde, Géraldine Chaplin, Letizia Ciampa, Fabrizia Sacchi, Claudio Santamaria, Elio Germano

Melissa (Valverde) is a shy 15-year-old virgin who feels increasingly distant from her family. Her father works on a foreign oil rig and her mother (Sacci) is too preoccupied with her housewife persona to notice that something is wrong with her daughter. The only person that senses Melissa's discomfort is her grandmother, Elvira (Chaplin). However, Melissa feels completely isolated when Elvira is carted off to a retirement home.
Machuca
Machuca (2004)
, 2h
Directed by Andrés Wood
Origin Chili
Genres Drama
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Seafaring films, Politique, Films about sexuality, Transport films, La sexualité des mineurs, Political films, Films about Latin American military dictatorships
Actors Manuela Martelli, Ariel Mateluna, Matías Quer, Aline Küppenheim, Federico Luppi, Francisco Reyes Morandé

The film is from the perspective of Gonzalo Infante, a privileged Chilean boy, during a time period in which the lower classes are politically mobilized, demanding more rights and forcing fundamental change. At the same time the upper middle class, including Gonzalo's own family, grow fearful of the growing socialist movement and plot against the country's elected president, Salvador Allende. Gonzalo's father, while sympathetic to the poor and not part of the right-wing movement, wants to leave the country to Italy, where he frequently travels for work, to avoid the Socialist policies. Sra. Infante is having an affair with a wealthy older gentleman, who gives Gonzalo gifts to keep him quiet. Gonzalo is sometimes bullied by his sister's boyfriend, who is a violent anti-Allende right-winger who uses nun-chucks to intimidate people. The family often buys products off of the black market, due to rationing and shortages.
Teeth
Teeth (2008)
, 1h36
Directed by Mitchell Lichtenstein
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Horror
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about families, Feminist films, Films about sexuality, Rape in fiction, Erotic films, La sexualité des mineurs, Rape and revenge films, Political films, Comedy horror films, Auto-justice
Actors Jess Weixler, John Hensley, Hale Appleman, Josh Pais, Lenny Von Dohlen, Ashley Springer

Dawn O’Keefe (Jess Weixler) is a teenage spokesperson for a Christian abstinence group called The Promise. She attends groups with her two friends, Alisha (Julia Garro) and Phil (Adam Wagner). One evening after giving a speech about the purity ring worn by members of the group, she is introduced to Tobey (Hale Appleman) and finds him attractive. The four begin going out as a group. Dawn has fantasies about marrying Tobey, although after acknowledging the attraction, they agree that they cannot spend time together. Soon after they give in and meet at a local swimming hole. After swimming together, they go into a cave to get warm and begin kissing. Dawn gets uncomfortable and tries to get them to go back. Tobey then attempts to rape Dawn, who panics and tries to push him off. Tobey becomes aggressive and shakes Dawn, resulting in her smacking her head on the ground. While she is dazed, Tobey takes the opportunity to begin raping her. Dawn fights back and inadvertently bites off his penis with her vagina. A horrified Dawn stumbles away and she flees the scene. After a Promise meeting, she meets her classmate Ryan (Ashley Springer) at a dance; they talk, and he drops her off at her home.
L.I.E.
L.I.E. (2001)
, 1h37
Directed by Michael Cuesta
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, LGBT-related films, La sexualité des mineurs, Films about pedophilia, Films about prostitution, Erotic thriller films, Teen LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Brian Cox, Paul Dano, Billy Kay, Bruce Altman, Adam LeFevre, Raymond J. Barry

Howie Blitzer is deeply affected by the death of his mother in a car accident on the Long Island Expressway. His situation is exacerbated by his acrimonious relationship with his distant father Marty, who brought a trophy girlfriend into the house less than a month after his wife's death. Howie's only solace is the company of his best friend Gary, a juvenile delinquent and hustler. Although Gary is attracted to Howie, Howie is unsure of his own sexuality. They have two other friends their age, one of whom has an incestuous relationship with his sister. The four boys routinely break into neighborhood houses.