It's a coming-of-age story, really, which sensibly keeps grown-ups out of the picture and is very nicely acted by a group of first-timers.
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A quietly moving portrait of grief in adolescence.
At its best, Our Eternal Summer is highly affecting in the way it shows the impact the ordeal has on these young people. We see how -- drawn together in a combination of need, affection and desire -- they are deepened as individuals.