Only Once

Theatrical Release: November 15, 1999
DVD Release: November 15, 1999
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Synopsis

Greg (Austin O’Brien) featured in the CBS TV series, “Promised Land,” and Kellie (Britt Leary), are two well-adjusted and highly-motivated teenagers, who share a happy home life with their parents. They find they have much in common, including their future college goals, their love of family and the Lord. They fall in love and into temptation “Only Once.” Their love and their faith are put to the test. Can they find the courage and inner strength to do what is right?

Dove Review

In this day and age there are many topics that need to be approached with teenagers. This is definitely a movie that will have an impact on the family discussions. “Only Once” brings to life the the every day pressures of High School life for teens.

This movie is one that should be watched by teens and parents together. Teenage or any unmarried sexual relationship is not condoned but this movie shows the reality of the situation. Hopefully this will help open the lines of communication between teens and adults regarding adolescent pregnancy. According to the film one million happen each year in America.

Dove awards this film the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for 12+ .

Content Description

Sex: Couples kissing; young couple have sex off screen.
Language: Use of the Lord's name in a prayer.
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Kids keep a secret from parents.

Info

Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Lisa J. Peck
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 56 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe