21-year-old Chloe Grace Moretz after several unsuccessful roles returns to a good shape in the film “The Incorrect Education of Cameron Post” (The Miseducation of Cameron Post). She plays a girl who is sent to a special camp for compulsory treatment from homosexuality. The film was first presented at the Sundance Festival, where it received high ratings of critics and the main prize of the jury. The date of release in the Russian hire is unknown.
The screen version of the novel of the same name Emily M. Danforth of 2012 tells about Cameron Post, whose parents were killed in a car accident, after which she was sent to be brought up in a conservative aunt. Learning that the girl is in a relationship with his girlfriend, Aunt Ruth decides to send a careless relative to compulsory therapy.
The film was directed by a woman of Iranian-American descent, Desiree Akhavan. Her debut tape “Relevant Behavior” was warmly received at international film festivals and was rated 96 percent by critics on the Rotten Tomatoes website. By the way, Akkhavan openly talks about his bisexuality, so the story of Cameron Post was so important for her.
At the heart of the story was the real story of Zak Stark – after his cum-out, he was forced to leave for an “educational” camp at the request of his parents. In 2012, based on these events, a documentary film “This is what love looks like in action” was made, in which he personally told about the organization engaged in homosexual teenagers.