October Baby Movie--A Pro-Life Movie Showing the Pain of Abortion

October Baby” tells the story of 19-year-old Hannah. A health crisis turns her world upside down when her parents are forced to reveal that Hannah was adopted and the survivor of a failed abortion. The news sends Hannah reeling and on a journey to find her birth mother.
Dothan native Rachel Hendrix plays Hannah. The movie also stars John Schneider, Jason Burkey, Chris Sligh and Jasmine Guy.

October Baby - In Theaters March 2012!
"I was glued (to the screen). I am now an October Baby Activist!, It's something I have to be a part of." Mark Hall Casting Crowns; "We urge you to see this movie ...

Dove Worldview:
This is a terrific and touching story and this film should be seen by those who recognize the horrors of abortion. Hannah is the survivor of an attempted abortion although she doesn't know this for many years. You might just need a hanky for this sensitive and touching film.
 Hannah has many health issues including epilepsy and she is asthmatic. She battles discouragement too. She writes in her diary that she feels worthless. This movie is about her journey to discover who she really is. Her adopted parents help her to learn the truth about her background. They long to hold on to her as she is, in their eyes, a gift.

Rachel Hendrix is fabulous as Hannah and John Schneider is terrific as her adopted father Jacob. After Hannah learns about the protection of her adopted parents, she is angry and heads out to learn the truth about her birth mother. In the end she discovers why her parents protected her and her love for them is strengthened.

We urge you to see this movie soon! We are recommending it for twelve plus due to its sophisticated theme. It just might change your life! We are awarding the movie five Doves and our "Family-Approved" Seal to this awesome movie!
EWTN Life on the Rock 3-15-12  October Baby Movie  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nT8H6nh8ZTI&feature=youtu.be

1 comment:

Teresa said...

This movie looks great. It looks like it combines family, faith and has a great message. Can't wait to see it.