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Audrie & Daisy (2016)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 23 September 2016 (USA)
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A look at the effects that online bullying has on the lives of teenagers and their community.

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Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk
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Credited cast:
Daisy Coleman ... Herself
Jim Fall Jim Fall ... Himself - Mayor, City of Maryville
Delaney Henderson Delaney Henderson ... Herself
Paige Parkhurst Paige Parkhurst ... Herself
Audrie Pott Audrie Pott ... Herself
Darren White Darren White ... Himself - Sheriff, Nodaway County
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A sobering documentary showing teenage girls in the U.S. being victims of sexual assault by their male classmates/friends. It also covers the unfortunate trend that the system tends to minimize or even dismiss these cases, resulting in the victimized girls not receiving justice. To make matters worse, these girls often ended up getting bullied (both in school as well as online) for being rape victims. Written by Randall

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23 September 2016 (USA) See more »

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Audrie y Daisy See more »

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Maryville. Missouri, USA See more »

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The twenty-fourth Netflix original documentary. See more »

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Terrible
8 July 2017 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

And I'm not talking about the documentary, but what has happened and still happens to a degree and not just in America. There are many perks of social media and the overall online community. But there is also a lot of bad stuff that has come with the good. But this is more of a side story to what really matters: The attacks and the way society in general handles those.

There have been false claims of course, but when clear cut cases like this get handled like this ... It really is annoying to say the least and should get people mad. When you hear people complaining that the boys have it tough and their careers shouldn't be ruined, you wonder why they are painted the victims. It's heart breaking to see the girls who have been mistreated - twice or even multiple times. The one is the physical attack, but if that wasn't enough, the psychological consequences are far worse. This shines a light on that and hopefully opens people awareness of this issue ... An important documentary, that may have been able to have some stronger message overall, but still is powerful enough and could be used in schools and classes for educational purposes


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