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Alice

Good film overall, but I have a couple of concerns. One, when the teacher told the "special" kid to ignore the bullying--advice that ensures the bullying will escalate. This is basically the adult saying, "I don't feel like dealing with this. Have you considered learning to take it?" Two, ...Read more

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