Hello Herman Première

Based on the play by John Buffalo Mailer, this provocative film directed by Michelle Danner takes on the very difficult subject of bullying and its connection to school shootings.

Premieres at:

Cinema Village
22 East 12th Street
New York, NY 10003

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A powerful film that should be required viewing for adolescents everywhere. Garrett Backstrom is outstanding as the troubled teen.”

Danny Miller MSN Movies

“Thoughtful entertainment… Garrett Backstrom is excellent.”

Jeannette Catsoulis
New York Times

HELLO HERMAN is a powerful and important work, a darkly brilliant tone poem about America’s tango with violence and fame. Herman will get under your skin. He may even follow you home. What is certain is you won’t soon forget him.”

Sam Kashner
Vanity Fair

“A timely and highly important movie…I’ve enjoyed Reedus’ excellent work in TV’s THE WALKING DEAD, but I think he’s even better here.”

Betty Jo Tucker
Reel Talk

“Pushes a lot of buttons. Surely one of them does something.”

Philip Martin
Arkansas Democratic Review

“HELLO HERMAN is brilliant in making us look deeper inside ourselves… Must see… Brilliant… Powerful… Controversial… Reedus is superb… Garrett Backstrom blew me away… Loved this film!”

Best Movies Ever Entertaiment News

“Daring film HELLO HERMAN cannot be ignored… This intense, thought provoking, and unnerving film will open the floodgates to become more connected.”

Pamela Powell
Real Honest Reviews

“HELLO HERMAN is the type of movie that Hollywood rarely makes, but should make more often… Powerful film… Garrett Backstrom and Norman Reedus are both brilliant in their roles.”

Joe Comicbook


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