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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.

Genres
Drama
Director
Desiree Akhavan
Starring
Kerry Butler, Quinn Shephard, Steven Hauck, Chloë Grace Moretz

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Product details

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

Top reviews

Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 23:33

In Miseducation of Cameron Post, director Alexi Sayles ("The Break-Up," "Bully") presents us with a beautifully crafted, well-acted, and beautifully shot film about the power of forgiveness. A man named Cameron (John Cusack) is living in an oppressive household in an isolated town in Alabama. In his efforts to adapt to the more liberal culture in his town, Cameron falls for a young girl named Rachel (Olivia Cooke). Before long, Rachel has asked Cameron to take her back home with him. Cameron refuses, and he begins to act crazy. This is a brave film for a film. It isn't afraid to show some of the darkest elements of human nature, and it doesn't shy away from the things that might shock audiences. The film's portrayal of its main character is extremely strong, and it is incredibly affecting. John Cusack gives a very good performance in the film, and he deserves to be nominated for an academy award. He brings out the worst in Cameron, and he plays him with a great deal of sincerity. Olivia Cooke has a small but brilliant role as Cameron's only friend, Tara. She brings out the heart of Cameron in viewers, and she makes the film a lot more watchable. Her performance makes the film a lot more watchable. The movie is well made. The cinematography is good, the editing is great, and the acting is all very good. Even though the film isn't the most exciting film, it is very well done. It is a very good film. I recommend it highly. The film's use of flashbacks are used very well, and they really help create a strong atmosphere. The performances are great, and the story is pretty much perfect. The film is very good. The film is a little slow, but it is worth it. It is a little depressing, but it is very good.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 05:11

I caught this film at a theater that we both loved. I really like Joanna Johnston, she is pretty, she's well-spoken, she's a good actress, and her role in this movie is just great. The film is very interesting, though. Cameron Post is a newly divorced woman with a difficult childhood. She spends the majority of her time at home in her apartment, but she is an insomniac, and with the help of her daughter, she has a short-term memory problem. She works at a shoe store, and they give her a pay raise, but she gets into an accident and needs a kidney transplant. When the news comes, she is so relieved, she falls into a depression, and she starts drinking, as well. This makes her a good person to watch, because she has this little problem. She drinks a lot, but it doesn't really affect her as much as people think. It's one of those things, like with addiction, where you have to remind yourself to do something, you have to keep your eyes on the glass. But she does manage to stop drinking, and her daughter helps her, and eventually she manages to put a stop to her drinking. I like how the movie makes it look like she is really depressed and she is trying to do her best, even though she is not. It's something I've always wondered, but it is very real. I am not a medical expert, but when I was going through a depression, that is how I felt. Also, the film does a good job of showing that people don't have to be perfect, they just have to do what they can. It shows that not everyone has to be a perfect person, and not everyone should be the center of the universe. That is one of the things I like about this film. The other thing that I really liked is that the film shows us that life isn't always perfect. Not everything is perfect, sometimes we have problems, and some people make bad decisions. Not everyone should be perfect, not everyone should be perfect, and not everyone should be happy. I really like this movie, I would recommend it to anyone. It's very interesting and it is a good watch. It is worth it to see the film. Joanna Johnston does a great job in the movie.
Friday, 03 Apr 2020 06:32

The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a movie that is certainly not for everyone. Those who are aware of the use of animal testing to advance the human welfare will find this movie offensive and upsetting. But, if you are in the mood for something of a political thriller with a good dose of drama, then this movie is definitely for you. The premise of the movie is a fairly interesting one, as many people have already remarked. A group of students from a private school are invited to a movie about the suffering of animals at a slaughterhouse. Most of the movie consists of the students playing a game of Truth or Dare to determine the cruelty of the meat industry. Of course, you know where this is going. The movie quickly devolves into a big, sprawling melodrama that is mostly absurd and unrelatable. The movie does have its good points. It is quite well made and was written well. It contains some interesting plot points and some great dialogue. But, it is so broad and the drama is so shallow that it does not hold up to any real scrutiny. Most of the movie is just a very heavy-handed and pointless melodrama that is basically just telling the audience what to think. It also features some really awkward comedy moments and scenes that were meant to be funny but just ended up annoying me. The ending was completely pointless and left me feeling pretty disappointed. A movie like this really should end with a really big scene that ends the movie. That scene should be really good, but it just ended up being weak and uninspired. The ending was not really needed and just was another pointless scene that took away from the movie. Overall, this movie is a pretty strong one, but it is definitely not the masterpiece that it is made out to be. 7/10
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 09:17

In 1983, Cameron Post was working as an altar boy at a Baptist church. A young man, Bill (Paul Reubens) was a devout Christian who was openly discussing his beliefs with his friend and fellow altar boy (Michael Ealy) (the relationship is clearly something of a brotherhood). However, he was wearing a crucifix on his shirt and a bible in his pocket. When someone points out to him that it's offensive, he loses his temper, using a Bible to kill a black man who he mistook for an African-American. Cameron was released from prison in June 1984 and received a lump sum of $70,000. He also won a $15,000,000 settlement from the company that made his underwear. On a train journey he talks to his best friend (Shirley Knight) about his past and the way his religion affects his life. He also talks to his sister (Judith Reagan) and mother (Barbara Harris) about his faith, which they are apparently unaware of. Eventually Cameron goes back to his church, where he meets his former best friend (Joe Spano). Bill had moved from Georgia to New York in the early 60's, with his girlfriend (Mona Gaye) (who had been one of Cameron's first dates). Cameron and Bill agree to meet on the train back to New York but on the train he experiences a "glorious" dream. In his dream, he and Bill share a passionate love affair that goes back many years and he doesn't know when or how it will end. Although Cameron's religion is problematic, he does not deny it, even his best friend Bill, who calls him "Cameron Post." It turns out that Bill has had a past that Cameron has not, and in the dream he tells Cameron that he's going to be released from prison and he'll go on a "mission" to share the Gospel with him and his family. Cameron rejects this mission, telling Bill that he is only looking for love in his life, not in God. Cameron is able to help Bill with his own faith, although it is not without its risks. While there are many parallels between the lives of Cameron and Bill, the main point is that both share similar obstacles in their life. One of the most powerful and profound points in this movie is when Cameron explains that his religion causes him pain, to which Bill retorts, "No, it makes you happy." They both are aware of how powerful their religions are, yet both are prepared to accept God's grace, despite their conflicting beliefs. It is a powerful film with powerful characters and a good story.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 10:38

How the events of the past can become the reality of the present. Filmmakers Glen Hansard and Matthew Cushman write this story from the perspective of a college freshman who, despite a loving parent, is unlikable. His mother is too busy to know what's going on. His father is a talkative old timer who drinks too much, and does drugs. Cameron is a loner, perpetually stuck on his computer, and he hates his hair. In this fast-paced film, the stars seem to be out of place. His mother, an artist, is interested in arts and is heavily influenced by the arts, while his father is a junkie who enjoys taking pills. The mother is angry and depressed, and her son is outwardly an uninteresting kid, except for one thing. His hair. After the film, the students come to school and talk about the film. It's now a regular occurrence to see some of the actors in the film, a few of whom appear in the film as well. The principal was a character in the film who has been a fixture in the community for many years. He is a bright guy, a liberal arts student, and a man of several interests. The one that gets the most attention is his medical condition, as the teacher assigns him a special assignment to study an eye-cancer patient. That he starts reading poetry. A gifted artist, he drops everything and begins to write poems. This does not go well at all with the professor, who does not think that the kid should be allowed to write poems. He feels that the poetry will attract attention. The student, who's an original, eventually wins his battles, and gets some recognition, but has been criticized for his poetry and his way of thinking. The story is not all that original. It's a story that many would tell, because it can be easily told. However, Hansard and Cushman take the story and keep it fresh, interesting and fresh. They take the visuals and put them in the story, and it works. The energy is still in the film, and it's impossible to not get involved. This film is different. It's very real, and it's fun, to be taken into the future.
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 06:53

The Miseducation of Cameron Post, a movie about the life of David and her father with the young girl from the community of Sioux Falls in Dakota. The life of the family in Sioux Falls is said to be very poor. Many times we see children being abused, raped and even murdered. The youngest child is a child with an extremely limited vocabulary, she has had a very bad upbringing and her parents seem to be very uninvolved. But Cameron Post is a child who is willing to learn and wants to know. One day she goes to the town and meets the local priest. She learns that he is the only one who knows how to save children and even if he is not the greatest man in the world, he is very kind and protective of the children. The idea of saving the children is something Cameron Post would like to do. It is not an easy thing to do. She is the only person in the town who knows how to save the children. Her father is very angry that he cannot do anything about it. It is not only the priest's idea but everyone's idea. Cameron Post goes to the people of the town and asks them to help save the children. She tells them to let her visit the children and show her what a world they live in. They are not well educated and even if they were, they would be useless if they were not educated. Cameron Post teaches them to read and write and even to sing in the choir. Her father is against this because he does not want his daughter to be like her. However, Cameron Post does not listen to him and instead she goes to the children and talks to them. And in the end, Cameron Post decides to help the children. She is no simple girl who would give up. She is brave and helps them to go on the road to freedom. The movie is a good one and it has some good moments. It is not only a movie for the children, it is also a movie for adults. People who are older would also enjoy it because it is not just about Cameron Post, but about a lot of other people and their ideas. The acting is good and the movie is a good movie. It is worth seeing it and I think it will be interesting for people to see.


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