Juno, the title character of this 2007 coming-of-age story, often acts or speaks without thinking — frequently with uncomfortable or even life-changing results. She’s immensely confident in herself — a challenge for many with ADHD — but struggles to control her impulsive actions before they get her into trouble. With more mature themes of sex, teen motherhood, and the ups and downs of relationships, Juno may not be suitable for younger viewers, but high school kids will get a kick out of the sarcastic humor and indie soundtrack — plus, any teen with ADHD who feels a bit “weird” will find solace in Juno’s strength, independence, and whip-smart comebacks.
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