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What could be an important movie in the US highlighting bullying will be seen by a wider audience.

In a shocking turn of events, the MPAA has overturned their initial rating of the crucial and pivotal documentary “Bully”. The Weinstein Company has agreed to remove 3 instances of the use of the “F” word in order to hand down the R rating. A key bully scene however, which was at the center of the rating dispute has agreed to be left in and uncut.

As many of our readers know we have backed The Weinstein Company and their fight for this films ability to be seen by as many people as possible. This new turn of events will happily allow many to do that and hopefully opens many eyes to the disgrace that the rating system CAN be. We know many of you were key in helping us voice our and your opinion in this case and we would like to formally say thank you and thank you…

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