A Bullet Has No Name (18 minutes, Beta
SP) is a 1997 documentary about the non-profit group "Teens on Target"
whose mission is to educate at risk youths about the very real perils
of violent behavior.
All the members of TEENS ON TARGET
have been personally affected by violence. They are in wheelchairs,
blind or handicapped. They know that they are lucky becasue they
are still alive, while many of their peers are dead or in prison. Former President Bill Clinton selected TEENS ON TARGET as one of the Top Ten Violence Prevention programs nationwide.
Directed and Produced by Mark Berger
Cinematography by Tony
Edited by Greg
Music by Lee Sanders
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