By popular demand, "To Save A Life" opens in Canadian cities this weekend.
Real lives are being saved among teens across America... How far would you risk? How hard would you fight... To save a life?
An all-star athlete and his girlfriend find their lives spinning out of control when Jake loses a childhood friend. Help comes when he reaches out to others who are hurting, and he realizes some people are just dying to be heard.
The movie asks...
How far would you go?
How much would you risk?
How hard would you fight... TO SAVE A LIFE
(mature subject matter and substance abuse)
Cineplex South Keys
2214 Bank Street
Ottawa, ON K1V 1J6
Bring your youth group and invite your friends to see this great teen outreach movie, created by New Song Pictures and Outreach Films and distributed through Samuel Goldwyn Films.
For more information about "To Save A Life", to view the trailer, and for a complete listing of Canadian theatres, visit http://www.tosavealifemovie.ca/
Reviews & endorsements:
“One of the many things I love about the movie To Save A Life is how it portrays in a very real [non-cheesy] way the different pressures teenagers face. It opens doors for students to talk with trusted leaders on where they see themselves in the story.” —Doug Fields, Founder: Simply Youth Ministry & Author: Purpose Driven Youth Ministry
“Teenagers are going to love the story and cast in To Save A Life. Super realistic portrayal of life on a high school campus â€” not all fake, like some movies, but the real stuff. This is a movie you’ll want to see with friends.” —Mark Oestreicher, President, Youth Specialties