Bronx Princess was filmed when Rocky was 17 years old. Today, she's a junior at Dickinson College. She shares some of her tips for new college students in this video.
Do you have a question you'd like to ask her? Post your own comments and questions about college and the film in the comment field below, or as a video on YouTube. Rocky will be answering selected viewer questions by video in the week after broadcast.
If you have a video camera, or a web cam, go to YouTube and upload your video response there. You'll need to create an account or sign in to submit a video. Simply click on the "Video Responses" tab underneath the main video, and then click on "Post a Video Response." The site will guide you through the process of recording and uploading a video to YouTube. And check back next week, when Rocky responds to your questions!
Do you have a question for Rocky? Post your own comments and questions about college and the film here, or as a video on YouTube. Rocky will be answering selected viewer questions by video in the week after broadcast.
Where do we draw the line between being movie watchers and empathetic human beings when viewing a documentary about the fate of someone's life? Tom Roston reflects on Lucy Walker's short documentary The Lion's Mouth Opens, premiering on HBO Documentaries.
If you ever watched House of Cards and were as riveted as I by the young skinny, hipster hacker character who looks like a member of the band The National and sits in the dark drinking wine and cracking code, and if you also thought, "I wish they'd make a movie about that guy," then here's your movie.