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Everyday, thousands of gay and lesbian students are verbally and physically harassed in schools. Jamie Nabozny was tormented by classmates for years. He eventually fought back - not with his fists, but in a courtroom.
this is my first review hear,but I felt I had to do it.
I start to watch to this title with few expectations,because mostly European cinema are slow and dull,despite the profoundness of the scripts,but this was in fact a really great surprise.
this movie represents and show us the deep core of bullying problems almost in every country around the world. the acting is really great,without the theatrical and artificial concepts of euro cinema,the narrative is consistent during the entire film lenght and giving and causing to the viewers a strange affinity with the cast.
this is a very good movie,and represents the good period of Spanish movie industry these days.
I give to all parents a must see strong advice.
a 9/10 to this piece of art.
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