April 20, 1999 Columbine High School was under attack by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. Sue Klebold, Dylan’s mother, attempts to reconcile how the son she thought she knew, the son she loved could willingly be a school shooter. “If love could have stopped Columbine,” she says, “Columbine would never have happened.” What would real prevention look like? Is it possible? Is America ready?
User Reviews: This documentary is shockingly unrealistic and shallow. The U.S. school shooting murderers are overwhelmingly young, white males.
Mindfulness as a preventative resolution for the children but not the educators offered in small segments of the nation does not address one of the most glaring issues – gun control. I am sorry. I believe strongly in mental health care and awareness, however, this is not a comprehensive response to a complex issue that involves weapons brandished illegally by children as a the life divider. I wish others had been interviewed as well.
This is healing propaganda.