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Nowhere Safe (2014) | Full Movie | Natasha Henstridge | Jamie Kennedy | Danielle C. Ryan

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after two girls cruelly impersonate her online in a “reverse cyber bullying” plot, Ashley’s reputation is ruined and she and her mother flee a growing threat to their lives. Starting over at a new school, romantic interests and the poignant lessons from an eccentric history teacher draw them out of seclusion until they realize confronting a hurtful past is essential to ensure a brighter future.

Rising Above tells the story of a handful of everyday Canadians who were or currently are victims of bullying in their own lives. The film chooses to focus on the positive ways in which these individuals were able to rise above their circumstances and the adversity they faced. Rising Above provides a source of hope for those currently being bullied, and empowers students to be more understanding, more accepting, and an even bigger help to those around us who are struggling with challenges of their own.

Director: Brian Brough
Writers: Brittany Wiscombe, Brian Brough
Starring: Natasha Henstridge, Jamie Kennedy, Danielle C. Ryan

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Great movie!! As someone who was bullied as a child and have dealt with Narcissistic abuse in relationships, I can relate to Ashley very well. I was glad to see her stand up for herself! Never let others destroy who you are!

Good movie.I think it’s great how Ashley stood up for what she believed in and did’nt run away from getting help to face her problem with the help of real friends.

Wow, wow, wow!! What an amazing movie. This should be mandatory viewing as part of school curriculum. The outcome could have turned out very different. It shows how bullying can lead to suicide. Kudos to Ashley and her knights in shining armour for sending a message that her bullies could understand. And, I also loved the History teacher. Where was he when I was at school?? Thank you for the upload. 😘💕🥰

Enforcing no bullying rule in schools would really help curb this problem. Consequences should follow their behaviors and the victims need to speak up to whoever !

Great movie! Bullying is much more prevalent than we think. It is immature and can be intensely painful and pervasive, but that’s the intent isn’t it. It can end up inciting the victim to commit suicide or even murder. It can follow both the bully and the victim into adulthood. You have only to look at our political arena to see how ugly and out of control it can be. What makes it such a great weapon is that people seem to enjoy seeing others suffer so it’s easy to disseminate. Social media provides the bully a broader stage and possibly even anonymity. Mark Twain once said that a lie will fly around the whole world while the truth is getting its boots on. How true!

I was bullied by a girl in junior high, years before cyber-bullying was a thing. I was a nobody in junior high, so it was just her wanting to bully someone smaller and easy to bully, I guess. The thing is, I ran into this girl years later as an adult. She had lost her only child, a son, and her husband in a horrible accident. I felt no joy or bittersweet revenge in learning that. Bullies are poeple that have lost their way in life for one reason or another. Life has a way of turning them in the right direction eventually. I forgave her and felt so much sadness for her loss. I hope God gave her another chance at finding happiness in this life.

Cudos to the History Teacher his unique teaching style incorporates so much moral values which is needed in todays world. Loved the movie

This shows that we need ALL OF THE FACTS BEFORE judgement. Also with cybersalking and harrasment that Ashley suffered I believe that those people could face jail time after what they did to that poor girl.🐻