Church-led gay conversion camps are the target of 'Appropriate Behaviour' director Desiree Akhavan's satirical gaze. It's 1993 and after having been discovered in the arms of a girl at a school prom, Cameron Post is packed off to a Christian conversion camp where it is hoped she will be cured of her 'gayness'. What she finds is a bullying environment, but also a group of like-minded individuals who see the only cure for their problems is to break out. Chloe Grace Moretz is excellent in the title role and Akhavan's film is a rally cry for individualism.
★★★★★ "This is a gripping and sad drama that puts a tremendous amount of faith in its performers and audience" - Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian