A struggling teen gets lost in the darkness and solitude that is growing up as his younger self reminds him what it feels like to live youthfully. The ending leaves the viewer wondering if the younger boy was merely a fragment of his imagination? Or if the older boy has really and truly lost himself forever?
Death of Youth is worthy of becoming a movie due to the way it enthralls the viewer and really forces them to think. It seamlessly combines thrill with tragedy in a way that is tasteful, unique, and relatable. It’s a new twist to your coming of age story that will certainly catch the viewers off guard.