Silent Majority: raising awareness on bullying
the true story of Adam Tanguay, a young man who was bullied at primary school,
high school, and even later at his workplace, Silent Majority
highlights the emotions felt by the victims, aggressors and witnesses of school
bullying. The film aims to empower students to do the right thing when confronted
with a similar situation.
In addition, the Silent Majority Teacher's Facilitation and Companion Guide (available as a free downloadable PDF on Curio.ca) is intended to help educators generate meaningful discussion in class after viewing the film. This guide was written by Michel Dubé, B.Sc., a youth counsellor who worked on the original French-language version of the film.
Finally, Silent Majority: Beyond the Movie, a companion behind-the-scenes documentary that is also featured on Curio.ca, looks at the making of the film and includes a Q&A session with the film’s actors sharing their views on bullying.