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A Head Full of Doubt
Directed by Jason Weisner

Tony DiVittorio, a high school counselor on Chicago's began noticing a change in behavior of his male students. Many were being disciplined for classroom outbursts, fighting, truancy and a multitude of anger issues. On Chicago's south and west sides a large percentage of males grow up without fathers or positive male role models in their life. With this in mind, Tony set out to create a male character development program called B.A.M. (Becoming A Man). His goal was to build men of integrity by focusing on core values such as respect, responsibility, and self-determination. In 2008 filmmaker Jason Weisner began documenting the B.A.M. program following the program for 7 years resulting in this documentary.

— Source: www.aheadfullofdoubt.com