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Eighth Grade is a movie starring Elsie Fisher, Josh Hamilton, and Emily Robinson. An introverted teenage girl tries to survive the last week of her disastrous eighth grade year before leaving to start high school.

Genres
Comedy, Drama
Director
Bo Burnham
Starring
Jake Ryan, Josh Hamilton, Elsie Fisher, Emily Robinson

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Drama
Director Bo Burnham
Writer Bo Burnham
Stars Jake Ryan, Josh Hamilton, Elsie Fisher, Emily Robinson
Country USA
Also Known As 八年級生, Eighth Grade - Terza media, Mala matura, エイス・グレード 世界でいちばんクールな私へ, Dernière Année, Ma huitième année, Ósma klasa, エイス・グレード 世界でいちばんクールな私へ, Nyolcadik osztály, Oitava Série
Runtime 1 h 33 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 his feature film directorial debut, comedian Bo Burnham deftly encapsulates the awkwardness, angst, self-loathing and reinvention that a teenage girl goes through on the cusp of high school. Given that the 27-year-old stand-up comic achieved fame as a teenager himself through YouTube by riffing on his insecurities, he is uniquely capable as the film's writer and director to tell the story of Kayla, an anxious girl navigating the final days of her eighth grade year, despite creating a protagonist w female instead of male. Like Burnham did more than a decade ago, 13-year-old Kayla turns to YouTube to express herself, where she makes advice blogs in which she pretends to have it all together. In reality, Kayla is sullen and silent around her single father and her peers at school, carrying out most of her interactions with her classmates on Instagram and Twitter. Her YouTube videos are a clever narrative tool that provide insight into her inner hopes and dreams, much like an inspirational online diary. One of Eighth Grade's biggest triumphs is in its realism.

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