'A Girl Like Grace' LATEST Review: Movie About A Teenager's Struggle On Bullying And Family Problems [DETAILS HERE]
Bullying is one of the problems issued in schools today. This is especially rampant for those who are in High School when everyone is trying to find their own identity. Unfortunately, this happens as bullies try to bring down others to show dominance and strength. This is one of the many factors discussed in "A Girl Like Grace."
As depicted in the movie "A Girl Like Grace," the lead aptly named Grace is the center of bullying because of what she is currently going through. She is dealing with problems with her mother and at the same time the suicide of her friend.
According to Rotten Tomatoes, Grace, the lead of "A Girl Like Grace" is a 17 year old female growing in a small, southern community where notions of femininity, sexual identity and survival is a part of day-to-day life. Grace is mourning the suicide of her best friend named Andrea.
She is also dealing with her mother. A single mother, Lisa who is too concerned about her own worries and issues to support and provide for her daughter.
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These situations happening in a teenage girl makes Grace an easy target and prey for bullies. In the movie "A Girl Like Grace," it shows how bullies took on her life's misfortunes to make fun of her.
Grace then turns to the new girl in town. Share is known to be sexually savvy teenage girl. However, Share is out of Grace's league. Grace then soon finds out the difficult lessons on the dangers of drugs and promiscuity.
"A Girl Like Grace" is expected to be available on DVD and Blue Ray early 2017. The movie is directed by Ty Hodges.