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The story takes place on a film set in south Africa 1990. There are two important events: Nelson Mandela is released and a young boy having a chance to gain scholarship in a private school is from ordinary background. He come in strange world where gives him many meaning things.
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FILMINK (Australia)
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April 20, 2012

A touch more quirky than the average coming-of-age tale, there's a bit of schmaltz here, but this also brims with humour, heart and honesty.
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MovieTime, ABC Radio National
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April 20, 2012

If there was satirical intent, it is leached from the film.
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At the Movies (Australia)
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April 20, 2012

I think largely because of the completely innocent-seeming performance of Troye Sivan, it won me over and I found myself actually quite moved by the end.
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Herald Sun (Australia)
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April 20, 2012

Teens will find much to like about Spud but older audiences may find it familiar.
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3AW
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June 30, 2012

In a surprisingly strong performance, [John] Cleese puts a sharp spin on his portrayal as mentor to Spud [Troye Sivan], whose rites-of-passage journey avoids the usual cliches.
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The Age (Australia)
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April 20, 2012

This is a film most will like - especially fans of last year's Submarine.
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The Sun Herald
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April 22, 2012

A hugely entertaining coming-of-age tale, grounded in realism. Sivan's note-perfect portrayal of the diminutive hero is matched by a razor-sharp Cleese.
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Sydney Morning Herald
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April 20, 2012

You and your kids will have seen it all before but, if you're looking for a less brutal take on the ordeals of adolescence than the one offered by The Hunger Games, this could work.
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