Trust Me

Movie review by Sabrina McFarland, Common Sense Media
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age 15+

Media literacy docu takes a swipe at digital misinformation.

NR 2021 91 minutes

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age 13+

"Trust Me" for teaching critical media literacy skills

This is a great film for teaching kids how media "ill-literacy" can lead to crises, and what they can do to protect themselves from being manipulated online. Original music is super.

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