USA | 1999 | 84 minutes | 14A
A naive teenager is sent to rehab camp when her straitlaced parents and friends suspect her of being a lesbian.
Director: Jamie Babbit
Cast: Natasha Lyonne, Clea Duvall, Rupaul, Melanie Lynskey
It’s Pride Month and Hold Up is celebrating with the quirky queer cult classic, But I’m A Cheerleader.
But I’m A Cheerleader” is a delightful queer comedy about conversion therapy that celebrating the beauty of self-discovery and acceptance. Colourful and quirky, this film sheds light on the struggles and complexities of coming out in a conservative environment and the importance of finding a supportive community.
“But I’m A Cheerleader” is a joyous celebration of LGBTQ+ identity and a powerful message of self-acceptance that will leave you feeling empowered and proud of who you are.
“But I’m A Cheerleader” is a quirky comedy about Megan (Natasha Lyonne) who loves cheerleading and dating boys, until she is sent to a gay conversion therapy camp. There, she meets a cast of colorful characters and hilariously discovers that love is love, no matter who it’s with. With its bright colors, campy humor, and heartfelt message, this movie will have you cheering for love and acceptance. (ALICE ROSE)
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