Film Has Message of Redemption for Teens

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The movie To Save a Life has brought in nearly $3 million after only two weeks, making it one of the top 20 films in theaters nationwide.

The movie is about a teen named Jake Taylor whose childhood friend committed suicide. Jake questions if he could have done anything to prevent it.

The movie has sparked a grassroots movement. Businesses and churches are buying up tickets for local teens. They are hoping their lives will be changed through the movie's message of redemption.

CBN News recently spoke with Jim Britt, a youth pastor from California, who is the film's writer and producer, about how his work with teenagers inspired him to make the film.

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