Jake Taylor has it all: friends, fame, a basketball scholar and the hottest girl in school. What could be better?
Enter Roger Dawson. Roger has nothing. No friends. No hope. Nothing but putdoens and getting pushed aside. Things couln’t get worse…could they?
Jake and Roger were best friends when they were kids. But the politics of high school quickly pulled them apart. Now Roger doesn’t fit in Jake’s – or anyone’s circle – and he’s had enough. He walks onto campus with a gun in his pocket and pain in his heart ang makes a tragic move.
Jake’s last-ditch effort can’t stop Roger, and the sudden tragedy rocks Jake’s world. Something breaks loose inside ang sends him questioning everything. Most of all, he can’t shake the question Could I have saved Roger? In a quest for answers, Jake finds himself looking for the next Roger and reaching out to the outcasts and lonely. But he quickly finds that crossing class castes threatens all his world is built on. And it could cost him his own friends, his girl, his dreams and even his reputation. Is it worth the price to find the answer to his ultimate question: What do I want my life to be about?
ABOUT TO SAVE A LIFE
Can a movie change the world? No, but it can move the people who will.
To Save A Life is more than a movie. It’s the difference you can make when you use your influence and time for others – whether in your family, neigborhood, campus, community or world. Some people are just dying to be heard and accepted. Don’t let ’em have to. Be the person who takes the time to show people they have value. Listen. Reach out. Engage. Imagine if we took the time to show other people we care. To Save A Life dares – no, inpires – you to.
To Save A Life is an awesome movie. But it’s only a movie. You can change the world.