'Bully' Director Still Wants R-Rating Changed For Movie
When the documentary, "Bully," lands in theaters on March 30, it won't have a rating, leaving the decision to show the film in the hands of individual movie theaters.

Teen Katy Butler collected more than 485,000 signatures so far (www.change.org/bully) and even met with MPAA officials earlier this month, but rather than changing the rating to PG-13, the group stood its ground and "Bully" (thebullyproject.com) remained rated R.

"Bully" has been well-received by critics, with the Wall Street Journal calling it "compelling" and Harpar's Bazzar describing it as a "must-see movie."

"Bully" director Lee Hirsch was in the studio to explain why his film's rating should be changed.