Confessions of an Invisible Girl | Official Trailer | Netflix

Tetê just wants to be accepted and have some fun, but her life will change completely when she has to move with her parents to her grandparent’s house and to a new school. Now, she will try everything she can to run away from the same bullying she has faced in the past. Based on the best-seller book by Thalita Rebouças, Confessions of an Invisible Girl is coming to Netflix on September 22.


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Confessions of an Invisible Girl | Official Trailer | Netflix

When the clever but socially-awkward Tetê joins a new school, she’ll do anything to fit in. But the queen bee among her classmates has other ideas.

23 replies
  1. Yasmin Helen McEwen
    Yasmin Helen McEwen says:

    What bothers me the most is how identical this series is to MY BOOK-about me Title Character: Joran Alexander: Chronicles of an Invisible Girl.
    ALL Based on MY LIFE as a teenager.
    My trauma.
    MY experience. What I lived.
    And the Lifetime of Writing and going to the University in my Hometown to actually become a Writer. My 2 University Degree's as proof. Thousands of dollars in copies and MAILING to hundreds of Publishers and Agents.
    Decades of Writing. A LOT of my Writing has been stolen from me and just shows up in things like this. This writer says it is based on her life. Well, funny how I wrote this way back in 2006, when I was living in Northern Minnesota- teaching and WRITING and Working split shifts and Oh GOD! The years and Years of Suffering!, Pain & Trying SO DAMN hard to get everything published. And WOW! Here it is. Just ridiculously Uncanny complete mirror resemblance almost exactly to what I wrote. And NO.
    I am not going to stay Silent about ALL of the STEALING OF MY PROFESSIONAL WORK. Maybe the Hackers, former fly by night friends who literally work for publishing houses and who most likely are the culprits-but things like this-I can't be the only one out there this is happening to. I cannot be the only Writer whose entire life's work has been stolen and then just happens to get turned into 10 different projects. Just happens to have someone else claiming it's theirs. I don't care if I sound upset about it anymore because I AM UPSET ABOUT IT.
    This series is almost an exact replica of: MY WRITING.

  2. CoolsomeASH
    CoolsomeASH says:

    I thought the girl would actually be invisible throughout the whole movie but it's just some cliche where the main character having 2 love interest and one of the love interest is the popular guy while the other other is a actual good guy. I want a outcast who fits the ugly role, fine with being single, doesn't have friends and is okay with that, and stays an outcast the entire show or movie

  3. caring_person2
    caring_person2 says:

    My message for anyone:
    – Wearing glasses doesn't mean you're immediately a nerd. We just wear it to see things better.
    – It's okay to be alone as a student and have a few friends. In other words, it's okay to be an introvert.
    – You don't need to have a lot of friends and to be popular at school. We just come to school to get our diploma.
    – Being single is amazing and it's beneficial. You don't need a gf/bf to be happy.
    – Don't feel pressure to get into relationships or have your first kiss. Take your time! Not everybody has the same timeline. Some get their first love early and some don't.
    – You don't need to change yourself to please others. You're perfect just the way you are. Be yourself. Real friends and family accept you the way you are.

  4. Addie Tatwawadi
    Addie Tatwawadi says:

    Guys, the movie is not the same as it seems in the trailer. She just refines herself but still remains the same even after everyone taunts her and teases her. She learns that self confidence is more important than appearance. It is a nice movie


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