The music and muted color tones of the film bring you right into the child's world of silent despair. In her darkness she discovers strength and later light. This is a terrific film about experiencing and witnessing bullying and then finding the courage to do something about it. The little girl's face hardly changes expression, yet by body language and the situations she's in, you know exactly what she's thinking. Her face barely changes when she realizes she can do something, but it's clear and powerful. This is a film that should be shown in classrooms around the world, as bullying is a worldwide issue and the resolution can translate into any culture.
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