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The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a movie starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Steven Hauck, and Quinn Shephard. In 1993, a teenage girl is forced into a gay conversion therapy center by her conservative guardians.

Desiree Akhavan
Chloë Grace Moretz, Quinn Shephard, Steven Hauck, Kerry Butler

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Genres Drama
Director Desiree Akhavan
Writer Cecilia Frugiuele, Emily M. Danforth, Desiree Akhavan
Stars Chloë Grace Moretz, Quinn Shephard, Steven Hauck, Kerry Butler
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Cameron Post'a Ters Terapi, La mala educación de Cameron Post, O Mau Exemplo de Cameron Post, La diseducazione di Cameron Post, ミスエデュケーション, Loše obrazovanje Kameron Post, Η διαπαιδαγώγηση της Κάμερον Ποστ, Proasta crestere a lui Cameron Post, Reedukacja Cameron Post, Come As You Are, Złe wychowanie Cameron Post, La (des)educación de Cameron Post, La rééducation de Cameron Post, Cameron Post rossz nevelése
Runtime 1 h 31 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In 1993, a teenage girl is forced into a gay conversion therapy center by her conservative guardians.

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Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020 15:33

Cameron Post is a 21-year-old who has always been surrounded by negative influences. He has been exposed to their harshness and, with little more than a supportive family to offer, Cameron is left to fend for himself. His role model is his older brother Max, a young man whose anger and impulsiveness have put him at odds with both his family and the system that bears down on him. Cameron finds his inspiration in Max's cocky attitude and wishes he had the courage to run with it. In the face of adversity and self-pity, he falls back on the only thing that matters - his music. Having recently experienced a break-up, Max's music is essential to Cameron's daily life. The epiphany that comes as Cameron begins his own personal journey with Max has a lot of meaning for him and, ultimately, for us. A lot of this film is a series of flashbacks to previous relationships and their emotional effect on the characters. But the story is also told as an autobiography. The focus is on Cameron's experiences as an outcast, how he has struggled to learn to accept himself, and how he has gone on to become an acclaimed artist. It is about being vulnerable and open-minded, and the triumph of personal strength and determination over adversity. This is an honest portrayal of a person's journey, with well-drawn characters. Cameron Post is very effective, but its main strength is that it is not an imitation of other films. It is not a superficial, formulaic film, which is all too common in contemporary American film. It has real character and emotion and is a true piece of art.
Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 11:11

This movie was a hard sell to me. I didn't expect much from this movie and I certainly didn't want to watch it. But when I saw it I was not at all disappointed. I am not one of those people who watch any movie that doesn't have a lot of sex in it. But this movie is not just for that. If you are into stories about the downward spiral of life and how its very purpose is to decay, this movie is definitely for you. If you are into people who take life and the meaning of it as their own personal adventure, this movie is definitely for you. If you are not into that sort of thing, then this movie is not for you. This is a very personal story and that's what makes it so good. It's not about sexual content or nudity, it's about people's ability to deal with themselves. It's not about sex in and of itself. It's about someone's ability to change their own way of thinking and to not be too much of a hypocrite about it. The one thing that I didn't like about the movie is that I thought that the people who had difficulty with the story were the people who didn't like the fact that it was a story about the downward spiral of life. This is not a message that I find especially interesting. It's just that the people who are most affected by life are the ones who are really going through it the most. When a movie is very depressing and depressing, you can't just watch it for that reason. It has to be done for a reason and I don't see why this movie was done for that. I think that the people who hated it because of it's themes of life and death and living, who really didn't like the fact that it was about that, probably didn't like the movie because they didn't like it because it was about life and death. If you're a person who can handle some life and death themes then this movie is a really good choice. I definitely recommend it to people who like to watch a movie and not be so sad that they can't look at things in a different way.
Saturday, 01 Aug 2020 21:16

The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a brilliant movie that challenges the definition of "reality" in American society. It was directed by Quentin Tarantino, and it stars Cameron Diaz, Robert Downey Jr., Kevin Bacon, and his brother Bob. Basically it is a satire on the modern "reality" of Hollywood, but at the same time a celebration of the quirky, unlikely qualities of the human spirit. It also tackles a thought-provoking theme of people and the relationships they build with their friends, family, and other human beings. The most compelling aspect of this movie is the sharp dialogue. From the opening scene of people chasing cars to the conclusion of "The Hot Chick", the dialogue is always fascinating. It is one of the most brilliant dialogue-driven movies I have ever seen. This movie is a masterpiece of writing, and one of the best movies of the year. Cameron Diaz was one of my favorite actors in 2009, but she is not one of my favorites in movies. That said, she was outstanding in this film. The way she said and acted throughout the film is something you would never see from anyone else in the role. Her performance was definitely an impressive one. Robert Downey Jr. also did a great job, but I thought he was the best actor in this film. He brought a much more vulnerable and believable character than he usually does. The character of the drunken, dysfunctional "guys" in this film was also very memorable. That's because I think that the audience can relate to the characters as well. It is hard to believe that one of the main characters in the film was a 40-something man who has lived with the same "group of friends" his whole life. The gangster he plays is someone you can easily identify with. You might even relate to him. Kevin Bacon was great as the older and more traditional version of his character. He gave the movie a very dark, serious tone. Bob's character is also very good. In addition to the high level of dialogue and acting, the story is also very good. It is very believable and keeps you interested. I was really impressed with the ending, which is one of the best I have ever seen in a movie. This movie also has a very strong emotional center, and this is what makes it one of the best movies of the year.

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