Halt the Release of "Del Playa" or donate 100% of Profits to the Isla Vista Community

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alec kuracina
4 years ago
No one should profit from this tragedy.

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stella termin
4 years ago
This film is a disgrace and reaps benefits from the loss of precious lives. This is an alumni student??? STOP THIS FILM FROM BEING RELEASED

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Johanna Savany
4 years ago
make a movie about how the community came together. make a movie about how strangers in the community hugged complete and total strangers. how people would randomly cry at pizza my heart and someone would come up to them and just say, "i know, this was me last night" MAKE A MOVIE ABOUT THAT.

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Evan Quash
4 years ago
it is the right thing to do.

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Jaron Brandon
4 years ago
Profiting from suffering without lifting a finger to help is truly immoral.

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Matthew Uffenheimer
4 years ago
R.I.P.

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Dylan Hartridge
4 years ago
I went to UCSB for 2 years, transferred to another college because things were so crazy there. This event was the final straw affecting my decision. Don't make this into a movie, those who were there already know how badly this hurt everyone. No need to focus on this anymore. Why not make a movie about the victims lives instead?

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Elsa Westerlund
4 years ago
I spent a year at UCSB as an exchange student.

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Vanessa Blatteis
4 years ago
One of my close friends is a senior at UCSB this year. She saw someone die right in front of her on that day and it easily could have been her. She doesn't deserve to have the memory of this painful day be profited of off and neither do any of the other students of this community.

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Kimberlee Keller
4 years ago
"Monsters aren't born, they are created." It insinuates that the environment and the people of Isla Vista were responsible for this "monster" and for the tragedy that struck that day. That's an extremely insensitive statement.