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New Film Takes An Intimate Look At School Bullying

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Robert Siegel talks with Director Lee Hirsch about his new documentary Bully. The film follow several middle and high school students who are victims of bullying. Recently, the Motion Picture Association of America gave Bully an R-rating for its language content. Almost 300,000 people so far have signed an online petition asking the MPAA to change the rating to a PG-13. Hirsch talks about the ratings controversy and the film.
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