What’s To Save A Life about?
TO SAVE A LIFE is a powerful indie movie about an all-star athlete and his girlfriend whose lives
spin out of control when he loses a childhood friend. Help comes when he does something
unlikely…reaches out to help new friends.
Why is To Save life PG-13?
To Save A Life has been rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of Amerixa “due to
mature thematic elements involving teen suicide, teen drinking, some drug content, disturbing
images, and sexuality.”
Unfortunately, teens today are hurting and facing challenges like never before. We see it in our
local school, clubs, teams, and youth groups. (So does the film’s writer, Jim britts, who is an
experienced youth worker.) Because of that, To Save A Life doesn’t shy away from tough topics. It
deals with social divisions, school violence, cutting, suicide, teen pregnancy and divorce—-not in a
graphic way, but in a way authentic to too many teens’ real lives. Ultimately, it asks the question
“What’s my life going to be about?” and dares viewers to answer with boldness, honestly, and