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October Baby (2012)

October Baby

Overview


Genre

Drama

Release Date

March 23, 2012 (Limited)

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Duration

107 min.

Studio

Samuel Goldwyn Films

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  5 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Andrew Erwin, Jon Erwin

Producer

Dan Atchison, Jon Erwin, Cecil Stokes, Justin Tolley

Screenwriter

Jon Erwin, Theresa Preston

Starring

  • Rachel Hendrix
  • Jason Burkey
  • Jasmine Guy
  • John Schneider as Jacob
  • Shari Rigby
  • Chris Sligh
  • Robert Amaya
  • Joy Brunson
  • Lance E. Nichols
  • Shari Wiedmann

Story


As the curtain rises, Hannah hesitantly steps onto the stage for her theatrical debut in college. Yet before she can utter her first lines, Hannah-unscripted-collapses in front of the stunned audience. After countless medical tests, all signs point to one underlying factor: Hannah's difficult birth. This revelation is nothing compared to what she then learns from her parents: she was actually adopted ... after a failed abortion attempt. Bewildered, angered, and confused, Hannah turns for support to Jason, her oldest friend. Encouraged by his adventurous spirit, Hannah joins his group of friends on a Spring Break road trip, embarking on a journey to discover her hidden past ... and find hope for her unknown future. In the midst of her incredible journey, Hannah learns that every life is beautiful.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..and you are unified on the soundtrack, which you two described as both unshakable and cheesy..”
by Stephanie Merry [Washington Post]
“..the film kicks in and becomes a more satisfying look at youthful trauma, family secrets, self-acceptance and forgiveness..”
by Gary Goldstein [Los Angeles Times]
“..those kinds of scenes are no better in blasphemous films where the pop songs are secular in nature..”
by Andrew O'Hehir [Salon.com]