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Bang, Bang, You're Dead (7-Jun-2002)

Director: Guy Ferland

Writer: William Mastrosimone

Keywords: Drama, School Shooting

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas Cavanagh
Actor
26-Oct-1963   Ed Stevens on Ed
Garry Chalk
Actor
17-Feb-1952   Michael Oakes on The Killing
Chad Faust
Actor
14-Jul-1980   Kyle Baldwin on The 4400
Ben Foster
Actor
29-Oct-1980   The Door in the Floor
Randy Harrison
Actor
2-Nov-1977   Justin on Queer as Folk
Eric Johnson
Actor
7-Aug-1979   Whitney Fordman on Smallville
James Kirk
Actor
2-May-1986   Travis Deosdade on Edgemont
Janel Moloney
Actor
3-Oct-1969   Donna Moss on The West Wing

REVIEWS

Review by Laura (posted on 28-Feb-2005)

Bang! Bang! You're Dead is a great movie and shows just how tough school life and teenage years can be. Ben Foster and Randy Harrison, to name but a few, do a spectacular job portraying the deterioration of a youth's mental health due to these pressures. It is a must-see movie for all parents, teachers and teens... you will not be disappointed.


Review by Marie (posted on 18-Jun-2005)

This movie is one of the best movies I have ever watched. It gives the hardcore truth about what goes on in our schools and how school isn't even safe anymore. I think they should show it all around the world. It gives both kids and adults a different perspect on the way they treat people. Please do not stop showing this movie.You may save a life, or keep someone from destroying a life.


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