No One Would Tell (1996)

No One Would Tell





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Movie Info

Teen obsession turns to violence in this gritty made-for-television drama. Bully Bobby Tennison is a high-school senior who dominates and intimidates his girlfriend Stacy. When their relationship becomes abusive, only Stacy's friend knows the truth.

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By: Steven Loring
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 13, 2006
RHI Entertainment



as Stacy Collins

as Bobby Tennyson

as Laura Collins

as Det. Anderson

as Stacy Collins
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Critic Reviews for No One Would Tell

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | May 20, 2008
Top Critic

Cautionary tale of teen domestic violence is intense, sad.

Full Review… | May 12, 2015
Common Sense Media

Audience Reviews for No One Would Tell


I watched this movie in health class in high school. The teacher edited it a little bit.

Megan S

Super Reviewer

This movie was amazing. It makes you really think about that fact of abuse, especially abusive relationships. I think that the girl in the movie should have ended it from the first sign of abuse, but that doesn't always happen. People should have turned him in when they knew how violent he could be, but respecting their friend's wishes seemed more important, which in this case wasn't that great. Hopefully after people watch this, it will help stop situations like this from happening, because this is something that could easily happen to anyone.

Shay H

The Wonder Years" vet Fred Savage goes against type in a story about teenage dating abuse, but the impact of the casting is undermined by telepic's first scene showing his character's criminal behavior; the back story follows, and viewers are denied the chance to discover he's not a paragon of innocence. Savage is menacing, thanks to his physical size, and has his eerie moments, but mainly comes off as a wide-eyed zombie. Cameron is realistic as the gullible and willful teen. The highest acting marks go to Heather McComb, who's able to take up the emotional slack in the script and performances.

Danielle S

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