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A Girl Like Her (2015)

PG-13 | | Drama | 27 March 2015 (USA)
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Jessica Burns enlists the help of her best friend, Brian, in order to document the relentless harassment she's received from her former friend, Avery Keller, one of South Brookdale High School's most popular students.







Cast overview, first billed only:
Avery Keller
Jessica Burns
Brian Slater
Filmmaker / Amy Gallagher
Margarete Burns
Mark Boyd ...
Gerald Burns
Kassie Keller (as Christy Engle-McGuckin)
David Keller (as Jon Martin)
Madison Deadman ...
Emily Sailler
Anna Spaseski ...
Maddy Morrison
Mariah Harrison ...
Tessa Jackson
Emma Dwyer ...
Kayla Baker
Michael Maurice ...
Principal Richard Harris
Christy Edwards ...
Sherrie Sims
Robert Hipple


16 year old Jessica Burns has a secret that she's afraid to share with anyone - except her best friend, Brian Slater. For the past year she's been victimized by another girl - her former friend, Avery Keller, one of South Brookdale High School's most popular and beautiful students. What can you do when the world sees the image of a person but not the reality? With Brian's help and a hidden digital camera, the evidence of Avery's relentless harassment is captured and finally exposed-bringing both girls and their families face to face with the truth. Written by Radish Creative Group

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Rated PG-13 for disturbing thematic material involving teens, and for language | See all certifications »

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The Bully Chronicles  »

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13 September 2016 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

It was definitely hard to watch, for me at least. But it's even harder for people who are or were bullies I guess, because they don't even realize most of the time what they have done. I was bullied through school and have been a victim for a long, long time: school, work, boyfriends, etc. It took me 10 years and therapy to heal to a point where I have somehow control over my decisions. But I'm sure that 80% of my problems have started with others bullying me and make me believe I'm ugly, dumb and worthless.

As you can see in the movie, nobody cares or believes you until something really bad happens and they can't mistake a suicide for typical teenage behavior. The film shows us perfectly how ignorant some people are and how they just move on with their lives , leaving others suffer.

We should educate teachers and students on bullying, talk about it in class. We have never ever done that in school and I think most of the schools don't do it even nowadays. This movie is a great start into a conversation.

The film shows how dysfunctional many families are and how they don't get it what is happening. The bully's family is a bit of a cliché, that was the only thing bothering me, otherwise it was well-acted and showed the problem greatly.

If you have a teenage kid or you are a teenager/teacher, I highly recommend it.

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