- SKU: 25462723
- Release Date: 02/26/2013
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This documentary, part of the A&E Investigative Reports series, features teenagers speaking out about the rise of violence in schools. Narrated by series producer and host Bill Kurtis, this episode leaves out the adult experts and listens to what the teenagers themselves have to say about this escalation of violent men and women their own age. They talk about the confusion, pain, and turmoil of their experiences, and how no one understands them. These revealing interviews show teens speaking out about topics they cannot discuss with anyone else, including parents, teachers, or even friends. Most importantly, they speak openly about what they feel is behind some of the most recent cases of school violence, including the Columbine tragedy in Colorado. Doctors and experts can only guess about what is going on in the minds of today's teenagers, but in this episode, the young adults of this generation share their own firsthand experiences and insights. ~ Cecilia Cygnar, Rovi