A gripping drama about three lives irrevocably changed when a gun is accidentally fired on a busy Los Angeles street, SHOT is a visceral roller coaster ride unflinchingly exploring the consequences of gun violence in America.
SHOT has been praised by respected critics including Leonard Matlin calling it a "compelling real-life drama" and Rex Reed saying it is "sobering, suspenseful and exemplary."
ABOUT THIS LESSON
The movie is designed to be used as a stimulus for discussions about the ramifications of gun violence.
The movie was created by Professor Jeremy Kagan from the famed USC School of Cinematic Arts as a project of his change making media lab - www.cmml-usc.org.
An accompanying study guide has been put together to help educators and facilitators motivate open forums to address the issues of gun violence.
Along with the packet, YOU can either download the movie via iTunes, AMAZON or purchase a DVD, or get a free education only private link. For more information, please contact us at: [email protected].
Warning: This resource contains content that could be emotionally challenging and may be disturbing to sensitive audiences.
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