Sean Fennessey sits down with comedian and first-time filmmaker Bo Burnham and actress Elsie Fisher to discuss Eighth Grade, their perceptive film about the cringeworthy experience of middle school.
Bo Burnham’s ‘Eighth Grade’ Captures the Experience of Middle School and Right Now
Lead star Elsie Fisher joins the rookie director to talk about their new film
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