Nick Schager Reviews Bully

More of an aggrieved cry for help than a detail-oriented call to arms, Bully addresses the issue of adolescent torment not through statistical analysis or activist agitation but, rather, through the heartrending stories of children suffering from the abuse of their peers.  Lee Hirsch’s documentary assumes a familiar and somewhat frustrating structure, splitting its focus between a number of different kids from neighborhoods in Georgia, Oklahoma and Mississippi to capture the universal feelings of loneliness, low self-esteem, shame and desolation that plague kids who, because they are different, are subjected to physical, verbal and emotional cruelty.

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