The Miseducation of Cameron Post

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Movie Info & Cast


Chloë Grace Moretz stars as Cameron, a typical 1990s teenager who gets in trouble on prom night. Only in her case, “trouble” means hooking up with another girl in the back seat of a car – and it lands her in a gay conversion therapy center. While the dubious facility attempts to cure Cameron’s same-sex attraction through outlandish discipline and Christian karaoke, it also offers her something new: a community of fellow sinners, outcasts, and peers. Surrounded by intolerance, these teenagers form a family built on love and acceptance. Adapted from Emily Danforth’s acclaimed novel by writer/director Desiree Akhavan and co-writer Cecilia Frugiuele, the film earned the U.S. Grand Jury Prize at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.


  • Chloë Grace Moretz
  • Steven Hauck
  • Quinn Shephard
  • Kerry Butler
  • Dalton Harrod
  • McCabe Slye
  • Dale Soules
  • Sasha Lane
  • John Gallagher Jr.
  • Emily Skeggs

Did You Know?


  • Based on the book of the same name by Emily M. Danforth.
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    • Cameron: I don't think of myself as a homosexual. I really don't think of myself as anything.
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Verified Review

Please please read the book first they do miss on a couple of key elements that will leave you confused if you do not read it first

Adam H



Akhavan elicits finely layered performances from her cast. Moretz digs deeper than she has in years for a sensitive lead turn that harmonizes especially well with her co-stars.

Metacritic review by Leslie Felperin
Leslie Felperin
The Hollywood Reporter

Miseducation has a funny, breezy surface — even though tragedy predictably intervenes at one point — but Cameron’s wry sense of humour doesn’t diminish how warping these conversion centres are, slowly instilling in people the sense that they’re faulty.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily