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A TV movie well worth the time it takes to watch it!
Seldom have I seen a TV movie that I recorded and saw a second time. The Choking Game was one that I did see twice. The subject was well handled in every aspect. It did not glorify the "game" but made us aware in a riveting way of the existence of this horrible "game" and some of its consequences. It all began with well written dialog which was believable for each character. The acting was excellent as well as the directing which was top notch. Also, it was visually well done particularly when it included images from the person playing the "game". Kudos to cast and crew! More people should see this TV movie and learn the signs of this scary "game" that can and has killed kids as young as 9 years old as well as a famous actor.
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