Seems like the movie, To Save a Life, is catching flak from both sides. It’s about a high school basketball player, his friend is shot, he works through the drama of such an event and some threads of faith are pulled through the flick.
Here’s what one reviewer is saying: The upcoming film about a star basketball player who copes with a friend’s death is edgier than others — with violence, marijuana and a sex scene. Conservative friends who’ve screened the movie worry it doesn’t have enough faith in it, while others think it may have a bit too much.
Charlie Peacock, a Christian who’s always been extremely edgy, is directing the music for the movie. The independent film is supposed to be released this fall but they’re still trying to “secure distribution.”