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Hello Herman

Not Rated In Theaters 06/7/2013 , 85min.
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Critic score based on 5 reviews

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September 10, 2013
I am so glad I found this movie starring Norman Reedus. has all the links to pre-order and watch the movie. Michelle Danner, who is the director did a sensational job.
September 06, 2013
Awesome movie that is a ********** for all audiences. This movie consists of a great story that needs to be shared with the public. Michelle Danner directs this great film with Norman Reedus from Walking Dead who is also a sensational actor
June 21, 2013
This film has an important message that needs to be heard. It allows discussion to take place about how society will react to and possibly prevent school shootings and bullying in the years to come.
July 13, 2012
Michelle Danner who Directed and Produced Hello Herman is an emotional story that is told with a great cast. Michelle captures great emotion and moments that are true and believable with Norman Reedus, who plays Lax Morales can really be nominated for an Oscar for his performance.
July 13, 2012
I recently attended a screening of Hello Herman, by Michelle Danner who Directed and Produced the Film. This film deals with the realty of what can happen when bullying at schools and universities are not taken seriously in America. Michelle Danner captures the truth and moments of a bullied student. She also tells this story though the eyes of both sides of the coin, the victims and victors.

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Village Voice
The dialogue is all surface: Emotions are laid out on the autopsy table for the audience to dissect and analyze, but rarely feel. Full Review
Amy Nicholson
Los Angeles Times
We're not sure what director Michelle Danner, who plays Herman's defensive mother in an uncredited role, wants us to get besides a reminder that angry boys act out for a host of half-defined reasons. Full Review
Andrew Schenker
Slant Magazine
The alignment with Herman's perspective, even as it never downplays the gravity of his crimes, leads the film into a set of obvious conclusions. Full Review
Jeannette Catsoulis
The New York Times
Pointing at everything and elucidating nothing, Hello Herman arrives freighted with the anti-bullying agenda of its director, Michelle Danner. Full Review

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