Aside from the constantly out of focus camera work and almost masochistic subject matter, it was slightly better than I thought it would be, hence the 2 stars. The documentary failed to make me concerned about the issue, which seems to be just a part of human nature, as they seemed to only be exasperating the problem and not showing how to deal with the particular individuals positively and properly by proposing solutions. It was a frustrating mess, and no corrections were made toward the negligent school administrators in the film. The parents also showed zero progress or understanding towards the problem of bullying and undertaking the necessary positive actions to correct it. It is one thing to raise awareness, but the important thing is to offer solutions and corrections, which was severely lacking. So why not release it free on the internet to get a larger audience rather than charging for a depressingly boring and innefective cinematic experience?