Can't Take It Back

Synopsis: Following a group of students who leaves hateful comments on the page of a fellow pupil who recently committed suicide.
Director(s): Tim Shechmeister
  1 nomination.
88 min

- Who is that?

- Morgan Rose.

She, uh,

went to our middle school,

was the biggest

freak whore ever. God.

We're back.

Let's see

how bad Amber burned her.

[ laughing ]

Oh, my God.

Dude, that is, like,

so fucked up.


We have to do it, too. Okay.

- [ typing ]

- Mm...

Take that, bitch.

Your turn.

Light her up.

- I could never top that.

- Okay, look,

school is starting,

and we need to show

these underclass bitches

who runs shit, 'kay?

Consider this practice.

And trust me, she deserves it.

- But...

- Go on.

Dude, you're, like,

really good at this.

Oh, my God.

- I can't post that. That's...

- You did it. I'm proud of you.

[ laughs ]

Come on.

Let's take another shot.

[ birds chirping ]

[ dog barking ]

- [ sighs ]

[ sighs ]

Oh, no.

- I think

we can stop pretending.

I know you flirt with boys

on the computer

and stay out 'til 4 A.M.

- Sorry if I woke you up

last night.

- Sorry?

It's your senior year.

I want you to have fun.

- Um...

hey, are you sure

I can't go with you?

- The old house

already sold, honey.

We're just going to sign

some papers.

This is home now.

[ knock on door ]

- Hey, girls.

- [ laughs ]

- Hi.

- Jane, the cab's here.

- Oh.

- Okay, sweetie, we'll call

when we get to Grandma's?

- Okay.

- Okay, and I left you money--

- On the counter, yeah,

and you left food in the fridge.

And you left me

all the phone numbers,

even though I have them

on my phone...

- I know.

- as well as my email.

- We're dinosaurs, I know. Bye.

- Hey, no parties.

[ footsteps ]

Maybe one party.

Little one. You know,

somebody needs

to break the place in.

- Okay. [ laughs ]

[ chime ]

[ laughing ]

[ school bell rings ]

[ overlapping chatter ]

[ P.A. squeals ]

- Welcome back,

and let's give a big warm

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