Three tech-savvy 8th-grade girls try to help their friend who's been cyber bullied. When popular girl, Skye receives threatening emails, text messages and voice-mails, her best friend ... See full summary »
Three tech-savvy 8th-grade girls try to help their friend who's been cyber bullied. When popular girl, Skye receives threatening emails, text messages and voice-mails, her best friend Melody asks classmate Adina for help. When Adina says yes, her best friend Clara is confused. Skye is stuck up and has never been nice to them in the past. So why is Adina helping her? While solving the mystery, the girls learn about more than just the bully's identity - they learn about friendship and growing up in the digital age of technology. Written by
This is a cute short film that is not only entertaining, but also educational. The quality of this film is remarkable! The actors and actresses are all very talented, because of this, the viewers can get a clear understanding of the message this film is trying to convey. A must see for anyone who plays (or works) in the "cyber-world"! Although it is geared toward young teens, as an adult, I found it quite entertaining (and eye-opening). I think this film can really help kids and adults to understand the seriousness of cyberbullying. Most people think that bullying can only be done face-to-face. This simply isn't true. With all of the new technology out there today, people are finding more and more ways to bully other people. Including bullying via the internet. Some people are resilient to this type of bullying - some people are not. This film gives a clear picture of different ways in which to deal with a cyberbully and hopefully will provide some much needed help to kids, parents, teachers, counselors, etc. I highly recommend this film and give it a 10 out of 10! MUST SEE THE NEXT TWO EPISODES... "The Case of the Plagarized Paper" and "The Case of the Online Crush". They are fantastic sequels to the original Adina's Deck...
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