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This excellent short should be part of every school psychologist/ counselor's tool set of help materials. It addresses the problem of male child sexual abuse. Often one hears about girls being abused by family members. Rarely is sexual abuse on a boy portrayed in the media. (Recent Catholic Abuse cases not withstanding) NOT ONE word of this film rings false. Nicolas Read provides a superior performance. Paul Rudd is excellent as one who had similar experience and tries to be a friend. Every young person should see this film.
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