I don't know why she hates me.
-She hates you. She hates himself.
Director Amy S. Weber began his career as a Creator of educational films for schoolchildren. She talked to the real teenagers who talked about their experiences. Violence in school, problems in the family, teenage suicide, mental illness, eating disorders, unhealthy relationships, maltreatment children — ten years work Amy S. Weber told in their educational films about these and many other questions with which students face and this day. In the end, the Director realized that all these problems, either generated by low self-esteem or it cause. She just couldn't notice technological process influenced the minds of the younger generation and changed their life. This is especially true of other bullying — if they was over, as you just go for the school fence, then now they can follow you everywhere. The Internet is not just made it easier for the bullies life, but still have made their torment, the victims visible to the world that only added to the pressure on young minds. Therefore, in her second movie Amy S. Weber decided to tell the story of two teenage girls, one of which is not stand the abuse of the other side.
Given the past of the Director, not surprising that picture "is the same as it" was filmed in the genre of mockumentary film — woman behalf of Amy starts shooting in a public school, famous for his unusually high for such kind of institutions the quality of education, and very soon becomes involved in an impromptu investigation into the attempted suicide of one of the students. But do not blame Amy S. Weber bad taste or the lack of originality for choosing a shaking camera and of the genre of mocumentary. In its first the picture is addressed to teenagers and in this case, there is nothing better than speak of their language, referring to them using the cameras on mobile phones, emails and records Feisibuke. However, the content of the picture is not as easy as its shell. Amy S. Weber shows good knowledge of the psychology of adolescents, to understand not only the suffering of victims of bullying, but in the torment of bullies. One of the main advantages of its film that it is not single sided presents the opportunity to really understand the problem, understanding the motivation of each participant of the event.
The slogan of the film reads: "Based on a million true stories". It is difficult to say precisely — things, which Amy S. Weber says in the picture "is the same as she is" a versatile and through them are many children, regardless of in what time they live, what they nationality or orientation, do they God or no, rich they or poor. In first and foremost this film is not work of art, and tool for social change. Picture actively trying to convey to its target audience and show in many American schools. The story of Jess and Avery told from the power and a passion that will appeal to the soul of young minds. I would like to believe it the picture they will find strength and inspiration. The film "is the same as it" does not worth watching to fans awaiting new forms and provocative. However, he is possible to pay attention if you in addition to film fans still lives and activist whose heart and my heart aches for all the children that has gone from life is not to withstand the tension which was felt on almost every modern teenager.
I don't know why she hates me.