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Filmmaking Such As This Is An Absolute Rarity. It Is Incredibly Hard To Watch These Tragic Stories Play Out In Front Of Nieve, Ignorant & Dismissive Teachers, Administrative Staff & Some Parents. Such Lazy Attitudes Simply Condone Victimisation Of Those Whom Struggle. Why Do This?? In School Environments?? Where The Whole Class Should Be Supported To Achieve. Maybe It's A Throwback To Our Stone-Age Medieval-Man Mentality, Where Lord Of The Fly Like Beliefs Reign Supreme. Creates A World Of Racism, Hate, Pain & Suffering. No Love Or Joy To Be Found, No Matter How Much You Fall Back On Your Faith Or Homely Southern Values. You're All Lost Causes When Nobody Does Nothing...An Aloof Bystander As Bad As A Bully In My View.
So so very sad. Kids so young taking their own life. I think bullying has increased in the past 30 years and I think schools should be doing more to prevent bullying.
Bully does a good job showing how clueless teachers and administrators enable bullies. We see the devastating consequences from bullying on several children. The documentary, however, should have delved deeper into the pathos of bullies, and what society can do about it, rather than focus on a few victims.
Hard to watch, but should be mandatory viewing for parents, kids, and anyone in childcare or education
Bully has its fair share of emotional and poignant moments, but it's too one-sided and manipulative, and even questionable in a technical sense, to serve as an effective documentary.
This film is not that engaging. In fact, it could be argued that the makers are somewhat detached from the people featured in this film.
At least it did show that there are a variety of reasons why kids get bullied.
Bully hits various different points of interest in the subject of bullying in American schools. While it relies heavily on the subject material to give them density, the film uses it professionally in both a social and political standpoint.
Good start to the conversationâ??and essential viewing for all students, parents and teachersâ??but kids deserve way better.
A good documentary but didn't explore fully on the subject.
I'm not saying this isn't important, but after giving it some thought, I've found that I don't exactly think bullying is a number one priority issue, especially when there's plenty of war and hunger in the world. I mean hell, there's people in this very country that are starving, wouldn't you say we should focus in fixing that first?