Watch now: Trailer for 'Boyhood' a film that took 12 years to make
Due for release this July
American director Richard Linklater is the man responsible for creating Boyhood, a new movie which beautifully shot the same actor over a period of 12 years – starting from 2002. The film which is set to hit the big screens in July, is based on a parent-child relationship that follows a boy from primary to high school, ending with him leaving for university.
Ellar Coltrane play's the coming-of-age drama's central character with supporting performances from Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette.
Watch the Boyhood trailer below now: