A serious look at the consequences of bullying from the perspective of a bullied boy.
If there are no hero’s to save you, then you be the HERO ~ Denya Kyosht
This past November, a 14-year-old from the UK, Ryan Wiggins, decided to offer people an immersive, if difficult to watch, look into the consequences of bullying via the release of his short film, “Tomorrow.”
Three minutes long, the video depicts Wiggins, who was diagnosed with a mild form of autism popularly known as Asperger’s syndrome at the age of 10, reflecting on the torment he receives from classmates on a typical day. At one point, in between returning home from school and taking his medication, the video even goes so far as to display anonymous text messages to his phone imploring him to kill himself. “How much more of this do I have to take?” Wiggins comments soon after. “When will it end?”
Originally released to coincide with the
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