Coming Of Age Quotes by Cilla Black, Emma Forrest, Nita Ambani, Emily Giffin, Tom Wilson, Farhan Akhtar and many others.
The nicest thing about coming of age is that I can do whatever I like.
I enjoy films where two characters are coming of age, just different ages. That’s why I love ‘Paper Moon’ so much.
India is now changing and regaining its lustre, and it is coming of age.
I have always been drawn to coming-of-age stories and books and movies featuring compelling young characters.
Wisdom doesn’t necessarily come with age. Sometimes age just shows up all by itself.
‘Dil Chahta Hai’ is not the first film about friendship. ‘Lakshya’ is not the first film about war and coming of age.
I think that clearly it has an influence, to be coming of age during the punk rock era, to come from a difficult and sporadically violent background, to have been in and out of such chaos, I think it actually helps. But I don’t know for sure.
I love so many different genres. I love crime films – and unusual coming-of-age pieces.
I am often asked why I started to write poetry. The answer is that my motivation sprang from a visceral need to creatively articulate the experiences of the black youth of my generation, coming of age in a racist society.
Forty is the old age of youth; fifty the youth of old age.
The people in Coming of Age were far less curmudgeonly than you would think. The greater percentage said that without the young we’d be lost. One woman, a former Southern belle, now 87, a philanthropist, says, “Well, these young, their history’s been stolen from them. And what have we done to make them respect us?”
I consider my first three films a trilogy and I was finished with discussing the topic of teenagehood and coming of age.
There’s something unique about coming of age in 2015 with the way the world is.
J.R. Angelella is a truly gifted writer. Zombie is one of the smartest, strangest, and most beautifully crafted coming-of-age stories you will ever encounter.
My character in ‘Mr. Holland’s Opus’ was kind of coming of age, learning about a world that was opening up to her.
My coming of age was in the ’70s. A lot of people look back on it as a grim decade, but I look back on it as a liberating time.
Although becoming a singer was my plan A after first hearing Whitney Houston when I was 17, I started off with plan B by going to the teacher-training college that my dad went to. It was a slow coming of age.