#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – More than two decades after the shooting at Columbine, an entire generation has grown up under the threat of gun violence. This film examines the epidemic of school shootings and their lasting impact through the eyes of survivors.
Plot: More than two decades after the shooting at Columbine, an entire generation has grown up under the threat of gun violence. This film examines the epidemic of school shootings and their lasting impact through the eyes of survivors.
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Killing children in the United States is the epidemic without a cure.
Generation Columbine is a poignant look at the violence our children are susceptible to at school. While school massacres are nothing new to society, the frequency and intensity of them have become far more violent by nature. Generation Columbine reveals our society’s shameless acceptance of school violence at a time when this scourge upon our children should be an after thought.
This film goes beyond reporting the terrible incidents of the dates we remember. The Columbine, Red Lake, Virginian Tech, Marjorie Stoneman Douglas to name a few; a very few…. The film encourages us to look at the lasting effects of the trauma these children, and the adults in their lives, are forced to live with in the aftermath.
NRA supporters and gun collectors will not likely approve of this film. Many of them are unlikely to appreciate the POV that victims of gun violence suffer PTSD and trauma that will affect the remainders of their lives. This is evidenced through the segments on survivors guilt and the associated suicides. For these people survival has been a worse death sentence than the murders of the victims on the days of the school massacres.
I rarely give 10/10 film ratings. However, this film earns it because the subject matter is important. The lives of those killed, and the lives of those who survived remain with us now forever. Too many lives have been lost in the many years school shootings have taken place. This should be expanded to say “too many lives have been taken in mass shootings.”
One other comment here mentioned the December 30, 1974 Olean NY mass shooting. That shooting did not occur during a school day. No students were ever targeted. The shooter used the vantage point of a third floor club meeting room. 12 or so people were shot, three of them died. Each of them were over age 18. Most were first responders. In the years since the Olean tragedy guns have grown more technologically superior, ammunition is more effective with more accuracy as well as impact power. Guns of the 2020s are near perfect killing machines compared to Anthony F. Barbaro’s Remington .30-06-caliber rifle used in Olean. I was in grade school near Olean when this happened. Barbaro’s actions are still grieved in the area today.
Essentially, guns of today are designed as killing machines that are fer too easily adaptable to killing children as they study at school. Generation Columbine does not go down the rabbit hole in pursuit of a gun debate. This is thought invoking because they permit for the viewer to decide right vs wrong for themselves. This type of abstract reasoning is far beyond the mental capacity of those who are quick to judge the nature of this movie’s message.
A look at reality through eyes that lived it cannot be dismissed by labeling it propaganda.
How selfish it is to consider the life-altering experiences of others “propaganda” – selfish or just scared, but I’m no less amazed at their need to announce their lack of empathy to the world. I’d keep it quiet. Empathy isn’t a favor you do for someone else; the loss is yours in not having what seems foreign to those of us who aren’t threatened by a particular grief that we haven’t shared or envious of the courage to express it. To have empathy for the victims of gun violence is not a political agenda nor is it sympathy, and I doubt any of these people need or would accept the sympathy that fails to see solutions only limitations in a debatable issue. Nobody wants to take your guns away. Get over it. Maybe we can agree on the idea of America school kids mowed down by machine guns in American classrooms as disgusting. Nobody really cares about changing minds that need to see it as something else.
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Director Matt McDonough, Julia Hoff, Julia Hoff
Writer P.J. Evans
Actors Ryan Deitsch, Ted Deutch, Austin Eubanks
Country United States
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