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Since the MPAA gave True/False’s True Life Fund film Bully an R rating, it’s been an uphill battle to change that so middle and high schoolers — the film’s intended audience — could have the chance to see the horrifying impact of bullying. The film has subsequently been lowered to a PG-13 rating, giving those older than 13 the opportunity to see the film by themselves and those younger than 13 to see it with supervision.
Ragtag Cinema has made the barrier for kids to see it even lower: The Crossing Church, which housed the Picturehouse during True/False 2012 for the first time, has donated enough money for everyone under 18 to see Bully for free. That includes parents taking their sub-13-year-old children. According to Ragtag’s website, this is for all of the showings of the documentary.
Bully opens at Ragtag Friday, May 18. Watch the trailer below, and read our review of the film from True/False 2012.
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