Bully is another piece of typical Larry Clark fair; with teen violence, drug use, sex and 'bad' language. And lest we forget the usual onslaught of gratuitous, languid camera shots posed, mainly, at female body parts. So where's the bad, I hear you say? This is bit of an oddity, like Gummo, insofar as it made me go from feeling that the characters in this true'ish story of the killing of a bully were hateful, but then almost likeable in their freedom from the grimes of conventional life - adulthood They 'represent' the middle ground American youth who have time and either their own expendable income or friends to supply it in il/legitimate recourse. Though like Gummo, the individuals are seriously lacking in grey matter and only possess the American capitalist's teen dream of acquire to burn and get rid of obstacles and commitments posthaste ala immediate gratification/abandonment. As with Clark's other work Kids, the scene is clearly set whereby females use their sexuality to get where they want to be and the males prey on this. Though it's unclear who the real victims are as both genders appear lost in Freudian id land whereby higher consciousness is obfuscated to drink,drugs and sex in a teen cultural normacy of self/abuse. All in all it's another too out there to be true type tale that conversely manages to be realistic. In other words, Eminem has this and gets 'inspiration' from it.