"I was too scared to start developing the idea in earnest because it would mean confronting my own demons and revisiting a painful period of my life", said Lee Hirsch, who has recently come up with a documentary Bully, as per a latest report.
Though not in detail and no focus over what could be a possible solution to it, Hirsch still has made an endeavour to shed light over a bare fact. Bullying in American schools is a major issue, he says, despite a large number of attempts to teach people about its impacts later.
It has been found that the man has made the film fighting the memories of his own self. He himself had been a victim of bullying for long years. But, while capturing disheartening moments, his hands did not tremble. The film dubbed Bully covers three different stories of besieged teens not from same social backgrounds.
Also, it shows how parents of two children only made them to commit suicide. The message that he wants to spread through the film is `the only way to stop bullying is to speak up'.
Hirsch believes that bullying is a social sickness that one in every three Australian children goes through in his life. Since there is no particular cure, one must exclaim to fight the same.
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