When tragedy strikes Becca, she finds hope in her darkest hour, and it seems like she can overcome anything.
Recommended Age: 12+
Strong Christian worldview and redemptive elements with references to God, salvation, prayer, repentance, and the quoting Bible verses, very strong depiction of biblical moral values including generosity, forgiveness, compassion, faith, kindness, honesty, hope, contentment, love, and the power of encouragement, sex is described as being designed for marriage, true beauty and worth are described as being on the inside; light profanity with God’s name taken in vain once; no violence except for the mention of a drunk driving accident, a woman is shown vomiting; light sexual content with a man cheating on his fiancé, two unmarried couples kiss, breasts are discussed several times; no nudity, though a woman is implied to be naked in the shower and shirtless at a doctor’s appointment and at her house after surgery; moderate alcohol use with a woman drinking gin several times, a woman purchases scotch, a woman is said to have driven drunk; no smoking, a woman takes pills; insensitivity, bitterness, lying.
CastAshley Kate Adams, Ruby Lewis, Janine Turner
Directed byJefferson Moore
- With a Strong Female Lead
- For Hopeless Romantics
- About Relationships
- About Fear