Two minutes is all it took before tears filled my eyes.
This documentary, “Finding Kind”, about girl on girl bullying is powerful, heart wrenching and true.
|Picture from www.findingkind.com|
The filmamkers, Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson, met while they were at Pepperdine University together. They traveled across the country interviewing people about girls bullying other girls. They interviewed experts and authors in many different fields, as well. One quote that stuck with me was from Linda Daugherty, the playwright of “The Secret Life of Girls”, when she said,
The filmmakers hope to establish a national school program to end girl bullying.
The 77-minute documentary is free for viewing from IndieFlix until May 24th. I was excited when IndieFlix contacted me, because I thought this documentary was well worth the time.
IndieFlix “is dedicated to providing a forum for filmmakers and their audience to interact and to building a community that translates artistic vision into commercial success. IndieFlix promises to build a fair and open market to empower filmmakers to be the engine of their achievement and audiences to be a vital part of a movie’s success. IndieFlix is committed to encourage public opinion and power of choice while reinvesting in the independence of films, the people that craft them, and the organizations that support them. We believe that every good movie has an audience.”
IndieFlix is different because it:
You can go to the IndieFlix website right now to watch the film by signing up for a free trial week. IndieFlix is also giving ten (10) of you a free 2-month subscription to IndieFlix, so that you can check out some other independent films. It is a no-strings kind of thing. You don’t leave your credit card number or anything like that. When it’s up, it’s up, unless you renew. All you have to do is leave a comment below for a chance to try it out.
Remember FINDING KIND is only available to watch through IndieFlix until May 24th.