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A Girl Like Her

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A group of dramatic events that occur to a 16-year-old high school student who is trying to commit suicide. A hidden camera and a documentary film on the school campus helped a girl with suicidal tendencies to be harassed by colleagues who kept her heart on the most famous girl in the school.
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Sacramento News & Review
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May 30, 2015

A Girl Like Her goes for an ill-conceived blend of found footage and faux documentary that never works, while the script is rarely subtle and often shameless.
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Paste Magazine
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April 02, 2015

Right off the bat you should know that A Girl Like Her is essentially an anti-bullying Public Service Announcement. If you go into the film knowing this, then it's easier to appreciate the good things that the movie has going for it.
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Los Angeles Times
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March 26, 2015

The narrative momentum quickly stalls out, as the story adds little to dynamics of high school bullying. The characters are two-dimensional at best, with dubious and paper-thin motivations.
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Daily Film Fix
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March 27, 2015

No doubt to be compared to movies like director Marisa Silver's 1988 film Permanent Record, A Girl Like Her is a fitting cautionary tale.
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SF Weekly
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January 01, 2016

Well-intentioned but belabored, Weber's documentary conceit ultimately saps the story of its truthfulness and is therefore self-defeating.
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Screen It!
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March 27, 2015

Should be required viewing in high schools around the nation to address this issue. (Full Content Review -- Sex, Profanity, Violence, etc. -- for Parents also available)
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ReelViews
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March 27, 2015

A Girl Like Her unfolds with a clear-eyed approach to the subject - a drama that fleshes out the principals and shows, without excusing the bully, that pain is not the exclusive domain of the victim.
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Cinemalogue.com
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May 01, 2015

Sometimes the heartfelt power of the message can help to compensate for some narrative rough patches. Such is the case with this drama that tries to put a fresh spin on the topic of teenage bullying.
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Hollywood Reporter
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March 26, 2015

The two young female leads, exceptionally well cast, deliver strong performances, and the drama benefits from Weber's interest in understanding rather than demonizing the bully.
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Chicago Sun-Times

March 27, 2015

Hunter King is believably despicable as the prototypical Mean Girl, but we DO feel empathy for Avery as she begins to realize the depths of the destruction she caused.
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Variety
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March 30, 2015

Seems less and less convincing the more blatantly it strives for authenticity.
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Seattle Times
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March 27, 2015

Performed with unflinching honesty, it's a story that'll be familiar to countless teens, and the film could well have a long life as required, vivid viewing for high-schoolers, who'll have plenty to discuss after its poignant ending.
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