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It’s easy to be caught up in the mournful atmosphere of “Bully.” A documentary on the ravages of violence and humiliation in schools across America, the effort is dutifully impassioned and direct with its tales of unimaginable grief. However, pieces are missing in this call to arms, which jumps at the chance to film grief-stricken people is extreme close-up while a larger portrait of the problem is ignored, save for a handful of provocative, strangely unanswered moments. Certainly, this a picture worthy of study by both kids and adults, with director Lee Hirsch making a strong play for a grassroots revolution. The feature’s hope for hallway harmony is commendable. Read the rest at


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