Desiree Akhavan

director and co-writer of ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’

director and co-writer of ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’

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In the new coming-of-age film ‘ The Miseducation of Cameron Post ,’ Chloe Grace Moretz plays the title character, a high school track star in 1993 who, like many teenagers, is…

Director Desiree Akhavan on ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’

In the new coming-of-age film ‘ The Miseducation of Cameron Post ,’ Chloe Grace Moretz plays the title character, a high school track star in 1993 who, like many teenagers, is…

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