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Overall B+

Director Lee Hirsch examines the enormous problem of bullying in American schools in this documentary formerly called The Bully Project.

Violence B-
Sexual Content B
Profanity D
Substance Use A

Why is Bully rated Not Rated?

Official MPAA Rating: Bully is rated Not Rated for The MPAA originally rated Bully R for language, however the distributor has surrendered this rating and has released the film without a rating.

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Violence: This documentary includes frequent references to suicide. Other scenes include adolescents making violent and profane remarks intended to cause mental anguish. Punching, choking and other physical alterations are depicted.

Sexual Content: A young male makes a violent threat (with references to sodomy) to another boy.

Language: At least six sexual expletives, four derogatory homosexual terms, and a few other mild profanities are used.

Drugs/Alcohol: Beer is seen in a kitchen.

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