This film is very powerful and as relevant today as it was when it came out 23 years ago. I agree with another reviewer who said that it should be shown to all college freshman. Younger kids, too, should watch it i.e. maybe instead of brainwashing girls with Disney princess films and movies that in general promote the idea that young men view women as human beings rather than disposable sexual prey/conquests, we should be showing them films like Freshman Fall, which depict actual reality and might prepare them for what they're really up against. I have to add, too, that my heart breaks for the young men in the film. I believe Scott's confusion was on some level 100% genuine; he really may not have realized that what he did was wrong, because the misogynistic, predatory culture he was so engrossed in encouraged, demanded, and congratulated his behavior. So, let's not forget that young men are victims as well in their own way.