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ChildLine 'it follows me round' by NSPCC/ChildLine Creative Team
Campaign Work, Thursday, 26 July 2012 08:00AM
ChildLine, the NSPCC's helpline service, is launching a hard-hitting campaign to urge children to speak out about physical abuse.
Created in-house and featuring the child actor Sammy Williams, who starred in the films Wild Bill and Attack The Block, and Neil Maskell as his father, the online film aims to help young people understand the signs of physical abuse and realise that it is not their fault.
The film was created and directed by Andy Hunter and Ben Liam Jones through Shootmedia.
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