Mallory

Mallory

By Ash Patiño

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2021-02-23
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 30min
  • Director: Ash Patiño
  • Production Country: Canada, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
9.5/10
9.5
From 1 Ratings

Description

Mallory Grossman was an all-American 12-year-old girl who loved gymnastics, cheerleading, and all things outdoors. Her love for her friends, family, and helping others was beyond measure and she showed her charitable spirit every day. Sadly, on June 14, 2017, Mallory took her own life after months of relentless bullying at school and online. Mallory's school failed to stop the bullying after continued outreach from her parents. Frustrated by the lack of accountability, the family discussed changing schools but since there were only a few weeks left in the school year they decided that Mallory would simply finish out at her current school and begin the next year anew. A decision that changed their family forever. One of the last messages she received from one of the bullies was "why don't you just kill yourself."

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Reviews

  • Life Changing

    5
    By AshLand57
    This film is powerful, moving, and life changing. It’s not often a film speaks to me in the way this one did. Exceptional!
  • Great documentary

    5
    By Rockin_Fire
    Really great topic covered and explained. Very valuable and important for all of us to talk about. This documentary was really well done! Highly Recommend.
  • Sorrow with a silver lining.

    5
    By Agr100
    This film is so important in that it documents of how bullying affects young people. This film shows how a family’s loss can develop into a movement. Highly recommended!
  • Mallory

    5
    By Katee629
    A powerful message for children and adults alike! Showing the effects of bullying and social media from the prospectives of adults and children. Beautiful job!
  • A Must Watch if you have Kids!

    5
    By Pappi Chullo
    As stated in the film, so many parents have this “not my kid” perception. Neither as the bully or the one being bullied. Such a tragic story but one that had to be told.
  • Mom from Rockaway

    5
    By PRBlanca
    Eye opening! A must see if you have a child in your life. Exposes school administrators shortcomings. How children bully today and how social media has changed everything....not for the good of humans.
  • A Story that needs to be told.

    5
    By Goody 3045
    5.0 out of 5 stars A beautifully told story of a young girl who's life was cut short. The story is told beautifully. It showed the life and happy times of Mallory Grossman and the unfortunate way her life was cut short due to sucicide. . As soon as the film began to get dark the writer of the story brightened the mood with the beautiful life stories of Mallory's love for her family, and friends and how she loved helping others. The story contains a strong message . Parents, kids, administrators, and mental health professionals will find this film extremely helpful in developing a deeper understanding of whats going on in the world today. While being shocking, Mallory's story in one that nedds to be told.
  • Powerful

    5
    By AshleyKelly1988
    A beautiful, powerful, strong message shown through The Grossman family. Thank you for sharing your story. We will do better for our future 🦋🤍🙏🏻 We must.
  • Mallory

    5
    By MK12890
    “Mallory” is a beautiful film about a terrible tragedy which shows that from the ashes of such anguish can rise action and hope. It is a must-watch for parents and children alike—to show the severity of today’s epidemic of cyber bullying. Mallory’s mom Diane is a force, where many would crumble she has found a remarkable strength of spirit to help others. This film is full of compassion, introspection, grief, strength, and love. I will be taking this movie with me for a very long time.
  • Powerful. A must see!

    5
    By Mel41362
    Very Powerful Message. Everyone should see this. For all involved putting this together, Great Job👍🏼

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