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April 11, 2012 8:00 AM

‘Bully’s’ profanity does not equal ‘Saw’-type violence

The words are awful, and they hurt. But the words spoken by one young teenager in particular in the new documentary “Bully” actually hurt less than the letter — R — that the Motion Picture Association of America initially slapped on the film itself.

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