An engaging and thought-provoking film, real-life interviews with teenagers and a 32-page study guide about cyberbullying, girls and relationships and risky behaviour.
Best Enemies is a teacher and student resource recommended for Years 7–12, tertiary teaching and community groups.
The DVD-ROM is relevant to the following subjects and topics: ICT, Health and well-being, Anti-bullying programs, Values Education, Media Studies, Communication, SOSE/HSIE, Identity and Personal Development.
- Best Enemies film (Running time: 12 minutes)
Inspired by true events, Best Enemies tells the story of sixteen-year-old Rebecca whose world is thrown into chaos when overnight her best friend becomes her 'best enemy'. Feeling isolated and depressed, Rebecca quickly develops a romance with a boy she meets online, leading to grave consequences.
The film explores teenage relationships (especially between girls) and underage drinking and delves into the motives behind bullying and the use of SMS and social networking websites to disseminate cruel information.
- DVD-ROM extras (Running time: 40 minutes)
- Video from a cyberbullying Forum (Running time: 25 minutes)
- Young People and Technologies (Running time: 9 minutes)
- What Adults Need to Know. Managing Relationships and the Digital World (Running time: 4 minutes 30 seconds)
- Best Enemies study guide (32-page PDF)
- Classification: Exempt (for educational use only). We recommend parental guidance.
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