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I loved it!. I was expecting something else but I got surprised. I got bullied when I was in High school and watching the movie made me remember many personal experiences. It gets the sense o what bullying is very well, the director doesn't leave much to the imagination. If you are a sentimental this one is probably not your movie as it has hard core images and you will probably end up crying through out the film. I was totally surprise with the two main actors as they do it like if the were really a victim and a bully, I didn't like that much some other characters but as I said the two main ones save it very well. It has a surprising end and I loved the music as well. Recommended.
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