Movie review by Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media
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Intense docu examines bullying as cause of two teen suicides

NR 2014 80 minutes

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age 14+

Everyone Should Watch This, but specially white middle class Americans!

This film is horrifying because it's a true story about what happens in parts of America. I went through bullying about my skin color when I was very young . I am a teacher, and I can tell you this would never happen without DIRE consequences in ANY of the schools I taught at because I and all the other teaching staff would have gotten kicked out for raising the hell these horrendous allowed behaviors !!!! Absolutely shameful! How little humans have evolved in all this time!
age 13+
Excellent information on bullying. I think all parents should see this. Teens should see it as well, to know they are not alone and can reach out to their parents for help. Suicide is not the only answer. Parents just have to be willing to do whatever it takes when no one else will.

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