Trailer
Assistive Technologies

But I'm a Cheerleader

Runtime
1hr 25mins
Directed by
Jamie Babbit
Featuring
Natasha Lyonne,
Clea DuVall,
RuPaul Charles,
Cathy Moriarty
Body

This whimsically edgy comedy follows teenager Megan (Natasha Lyonne), whose suburban existence filled with friends, cheerleading, and all-American fun is upended when her straight-laced parents suspect she may be a lesbian. 

In a panic, they send her to True Directions, a "rehabilitation" camp run by the strict and prudish Mary (Cathy Moriarty), to mount an intervention led by counselor Mike (RuPaul Charles). Megan dutifully follows the program until she develops feelings for another camper (Clea DuVall) in this timeless, satirical romantic-comedy about self-acceptance and love, also costarring Eddie Cibrian, Melanie Lynskey, Julie Delpy, and Michelle Williams.

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