To Save A Life
Some Content May Be Objectionable
Teens today are bombarded with challenges and choices their parents never had to consider. Pressures and temptations blindside them daily – there’s an urgent need to bring teens help and hope.
Jake and Roger grew up as best friends. But in high school, Jake becomes a star athlete who has it all: a college scholarship and the perfect girl, an ideal life that comes at the exclusion of his childhood friend. Meanwhile, Roger no longer fits in Jake’s circle of friends and becomes tired of always being pushed aside. He makes a tragic move that spins Jake’s world out of control. As Jake searches for answers, he begins a journey that will change his life forever.
What would you do “To Save A Life”? This film offers a reality check to Christians and non-Christians alike who may be walking through life ignoring the dramatic issues that face our teens today.
Teen drinking and drug use are at all time highs in our society as are other social problems such as self mutilation, teen suicide and underage pregnancy. The filmmakers here offer a pragmatic look at the state of our youth and their problems.
At times the situations in this movie are addressed in such a convincing way that the viewer may become uncomfortable as they see a friend or family member’s real life situations unfold before their eyes. The question is what would Jesus do and what will you do when faced with such stark circumstances?
While this film is a genuine view of teen life, the nature and depth of the content of the stories portrayed becomes slightly graphic at times. And yet, the movie has a strong message of spirituality. For this reason Dove has awarded its “Faith Based” seal with cautions about Sex and Drug use. See content descriptions below.