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When We Were Boys (2009)

An observational portrait of two years in the lives of students at a private boys' school in Toronto.

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Sarah Goodman

Writer:

Sarah Goodman
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Noah Stanton Noah Stanton ... Noah
Colin Stitt Colin Stitt ... Colin
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Observational glimpse into the under the radar world of boys unfolds over two years through the experiences of Noah and Colin, two friends who attend an elite private boys' school. Documentary follows the boys as they navigate from grade eight to the senior school, playing video games, singing like angels in the choir, and alternately goofing off or napping in class. Written by Anonymous

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Student Noah Stanton is the son of Kevin Stanton, then the President of Mastercard Canada. As of 2019, Kevin is the Chief Services Officer of Mastercard, globally. See more »

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Good grief
4 August 2019 | by nicholasmoreauSee all my reviews

It's hard to feel nostalgic for your teenage years when watching this film. This film follows two kids, but in particular you see Noah bearing the brunt of his private school classmates. The film acts as a great deterrent against private school education, or boys-only schools.


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Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Nomad Films See more »
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