This cult classic is centered around 17-year-old Megan, a high school cheerleader. Her conservative parents and friends begin to worry that she is a lesbian, and she is sent off to True Directions, a “rehabilitation camp” run by homophobic counselor Mary Brown. Ironically, the more time Megan spends at the camp, the more she begins to question just how fixed her sexuality really is.
About the Director:
Independent filmmaker and veteran television director Jamie Babbit established a reputation for her work making smart, forward-thinking and feminist narratives. Best known for the satirical cult comedy, “But I’m A Cheerleader” (1999), that she wrote and directed, she was also one of the most in-demand directors in television, working on a range of series including “Gilmore Girls” (WB 2000-2007), “United States of Tara” (Showtime 2009-) “The L Word” (Showtime 2004-2009) and “Drop Dead Diva”(Lifetime 2009-). (http://www.tcm.com/)