Change is the only thing that is constant in our lives. We take birth, grow up, and enjoy adulthood. We turn old and eventually bid adieu to the world when we leave for our final journey. Throughout these stages, we experience both the beauty and the repulsiveness of the changes. More so the agony is pronounced in the teenagers. The acne, the physical changes, the boring counseling sessions, the peer pressure, the heartache is too much to handle for the innocent souls. Eighth grade is one such movie which invites the audience to peek into the life of 13-year-old Kayla who is going through the turbulent teen phase of her life. She finally realizes the essence of the journey is that we have to accept some things as they are and there is nothing more wonderful than being comfortable in your own skin. Elsie Fischer plays the role of the protagonist who is undergoing the terrible ordeal. The flick has been directed, Bo Burnham. It has been produced by Scott Rudin. The film was screened at the Sundance Festival 2018 in the U.S. Dramatic Competition Section. It will hit the screen on July 13, 2018.