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Must See Oscar Winning Film of the Week: Bullies and Boundaries

Despite his father's plea for tolerance, a bullied schoolboy and his friend choose revenge over forgiveness in this provocative drama about family relationships and world events. Jesse Kornbluth reviews here. The post Must See Oscar Winning Film of the Week: Bullies and Boundaries appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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