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Yalini almost 2 years ago
quiet lips=a loud mind
Mennah Ahmed Maher over 2 years ago
silence is comfort zone,but speaking loud is the hardest choice, and you have to choose
Freya over 4 years ago
What a great movie for the topic bullying in schools.
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Speak is a 2004 American independent film based on the award-winning novel of the same name by Laurie Halse Anderson. It stars a then 13-year-old Kristen Stewart as Melinda Sordino, a high school freshman who practically stops talking after being raped by a senior student. The film is told through Melinda's eyes and is wrought with her sardonic humor and blunt honesty. It was broadcast on Showtime and Lifetime in 2005. Melinda Sordino (Kristen Stewart) starts out her freshman year in high school being labeled a "squealer" for calling the police to a house party the previous summer at Kyle Rodger's, the brother of Randi Rodger (Caitlyn Folley). Her real reason for calling 9-1-1 was that she was raped at the party by a senior, Andy Evans (Eric Lively). Melinda has been so traumatized by her rape that she cannot find the words to tell anybody what happened to her and becomes mute. Melinda is shunned by her friends from 8th grade, Nicole (Tyanna Rolley), Ivy (Megan Pillar), her best...
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