This is what 7,000 kids watching Bully together looks like! This weekend, we will be in over 100 cities, including our own Laguna Niguel. We need your support more then ever if we want continue reaching more communities.
I am very excited to share two things.
1. The Regency Rancho Niguel movie theater is showing “Bully!” (PG-13 , 1 hr 39 min ) Showtimes today are
2. Bully Buster USA has been asked to have a booth at the theater to let movie goers know that they have a local resource for fighting Bullies!
I am excited to have this film make it to Orange County!. I think that is has a great chance to spread some reflective reality to its audience, and I believe that it has great potential in sparking sincere efforts collectively to work together in stopping bullying before it starts.
I feel that Hirsh’s message in Bully was clear enough to engage the audience through his voicing of the victims side of the story, and I believe that the lack of “professional commentary” allows for the movie to be a springboard for post discussion on the issue, rather than forcing upon viewers a certain solution, or pointing fingers at schools, parents, or systems; then having discussions revolve around proposed director’s solutions.
The look on the faces of the parents who lost their children, was worth a thousand words, and hopefully worth millions of people finding a voice to take steps to join together to create an army against bullying.
This is a must see!