I'm making a movie about a school shooting, and I want the shooting scene to be very intense. The scene is very quick and, as I said, intense, so I'm wondering how far I can really take this scene. I want this to be somewhat general audience, or at least teenager and up, but I definitely wanted there to be blood in this. Not because "gore is cool" or anything like that. Because school shootings are horrible things and I feel like a lot of people don't ever really think about the horror. I haven't ever been anywhere near one but I did a lot of research going into my script. One student's account said there was blood staining the walls of the hallway. So, I want to put blood in the shooting, and I wanted to do a shot where the shooter walks into a classroom and immediately shoots a student, blood flying out of the back of their head as they fall to the ground. It'd be a very quick shot where the victim is barely seen before the camera moves but... I'm wondering how far is too much? How far can I take it?