Recommended Age: 15+
Very strong Christian worldview with many moments of praying among friends, families and church members, Gospel witness in a public school setting, redemptive elements within the lives of several characters, including compassion and forgiveness, with strong biblical, moral elements including moments of helping out the homeless and reaching out and comforting the least of these; no foul language; strong and graphic violence including two very angry male students planning a school shooting, those same male students shooting and killing two students on campus, as well as placing bombs throughout the school (some security and news footage of the actual event is shown), several instances of jocks bullying others, and implied self-harm by one teenage girl; implied sex between teenagers, one scene of two clothed teens on a bed interrupted, kissing between teenagers, and several references to sex; no nudity, but some teenage girls dress immodestly; underage drinking, but not condoned; youth smoke cigarettes many times; and, strong miscellaneous immorality includes lying, dysfunctional family portrayal, divorce among a few parents, teenage girl sneaks out of her house to go to a party with friends, children are rude and disrespectful to parents, and many instances of bullying, though not condoned.
CastMasey McLain, Ben Davies, Cameron McKendry
WritingPhilipa A. Booyens, Robin Hanley
Directed byBrian Baugh
Benny Proffitt, Chuck Howard, Nise Davies, Brad Allen, Martin Michael
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- Based on a True Story