Watch: First Bully Clips

The documentary is not rated in time for its release on Friday

Kelby is one of the young people featured in the anticipated documentary film Bully. Not only has Kelby faced harassment from students at school – but teachers have also mocked the teen over presumed gender identity and sexual orientation.

But now that Lee Hirch’s movie is “unrated” (MPAA changed its mind about the “R” rating after an avalanche of criticism), more young people under the age of 17 may be able to see the film when it opens on Friday.

In the documentary, victims of bullying and their families discuss the torment – and parents of children lost to suicide also tell their painful stories.

Here are a few new clips:

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  • Tracey Diehl

    These clips are very powerful and show how badly change is needed. The teachers and school administrators are almost as bad as the bullies.