When Miss Stevens chaperones three of her students - Billy, Margot and Sam - on a weekend trip to a drama competition, she discovers that coming of age stories aren't just for teenagers. Exploring the fine line between being a grown up and being a kid, MISS STEVENS looks at the moment you realize maybe you're the responsible adult in the room, and what comes after you find out you're not who you thought you'd be.Written by
The headrests on the front seats of Miss Stevens' car are incorrectly positioned, causing a safety issue where a crash could potentially lead to the decapitation of the driver and front passenger. See more »
In the end credits, Tennessee Williams's first name is misspelled. See more »
I was thinking about how even though you were trying to hide it last night, I could see that you were sad, and I knew how to make you happy, and then you ask me to leave. I don't know why you asked me to leave; you were sad again and I knew how to fix it.
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Another hidden gem. Deep and meaningful motifs that resonate with viewers. The story gives you a glimpse into a optimistic yet accurate outlook on how life could be if we as a people weren't afraid to make risky decisions and were brave enough to trust ourselves and others to let help with problems or obstacles you may not be able to fix alone.
The movie is funny, has a lot of charm and a lot of heart. Driven by great acting performances by the leads including an exceptional outing by a star in the making Timothee Chalamet.
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