I must have watched over two hundred films or educational videos in school since kindergarten. Once in a blue moon, a film will come along that is intriguing to me and I would think about watching it again. This is very rare, but it happened this year in Psychology class. On March 7th, we had the opportunity to view the short film Angry Boy. This thirty-one minute black and white film was absolutely incredible. Not only did it capture the essence of Psychological and mental health study, it was also very entertaining and a pleasure to watch. This is one short film that will stand the test of time. After viewing the film three times, I was able to notice more juice in there with the subject matter. Tommy is beginning to find such help. He is being appreciated. It is also nice to see that parents and teachers are learning to accept children as human beings. If this was starting to come out during the late 50's to early 60's when this film was made, you could only imagine what people think of children today.
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