October_Baby_screen_shot_-_John_Schneider.jpg A Vote for Life!

This weekend, when the biggest box-office hit is expected to be a film based on a popular book about young people being forced to fight to the death, OCTOBER BABY hits theaters with a resounding message about the sanctity of life.  Talk about a culture in need of a wake-up call! 

OCTOBER BABY tells the story of Hannah, a young woman who learns that her life is much different than what she's known up until now.  After learning she was actually adopted – after a failed abortion attempt – Hannah embarks on an incredible journey to discover her hidden past and find hope for her unknown future.  Watch trailer here.

In every facet of life, there are different ways of judging success.  With a movie as powerful as OCTOBER BABY, success could literally come in the form of a mother seeing the movie and choosing life over death.

Yet for films like OCTOBER BABY to continue being made, audiences need to be willing to see it in theaters.  Movie industry success is based on how well a movie does on its Opening Weekend.  For OCTOBER BABY, that means what happens this Friday through Sunday, March 23-25, will determine if the movie has an extended run in the theaters where it's opening and if it will expand to other theaters around the country.

Your support of OCTOBER BABY is imperative.  Bring a group of friends with you and introduce them to OCTOBER BABY.  They'll be glad you did … and so will you.  And be sure to stay through the credits, which include the real-life testimony of actress Shari Rigby.

Get Your Tickets Now!  

(Click here to join fellow high school students or young adults at the movie.)

The producers of OCTOBER BABY have assigned 10% of the profits of the movie to the Every Life is Beautiful Fund, which will distribute funds to frontline organizations helping women facing crisis pregnancies, life-affirming adoption agencies, and those caring for orphans.

*The Bishop's 19th Annual Catholic Pro-Life Dinner on April 14 will feature OCTOBER BABY star John Schneider and film director Jon Erwin.  For more information and to purchase tickets to this spectacular event, visit prolifedallas.org/dinner.*