Life changes in an instant for young Mia Hall after a car accident puts her in a coma. During an out-of-body experience, she must decide whether to wake up and live a life far different than she had imagined.
Mia Hall thought the hardest decision she would ever face would be whether to pursue her musical dreams at Juilliard or follow a different path to be with the love of her life, Adam. But what should have been a carefree family drive changes everything in an instant, and now her own life hangs in the balance. Caught between life and death for one revealing day, Mia has only one decision left, which will not only decide her future but her ultimate fate.
|nudity||All the content is non-gratuitous, as it's a PG-13 romance movie. Rated PG-13 for thematic elements and some sexual material. None of the sexual content is presented casually. A short scene where A teen boy and a teen girl kiss in her bedroom and we see them in her bed afterwards with a quilt covering them. We see another brief scene like the one above in which they end up on the floor A female rock singer wears a shirt that reveals some cleavage as she jumps up and down. In some scenes, a teen boy and a teen girl hold hands and occasionally kiss.|
|violence||4/10 The film centers on a teenage girl left in a coma in ICU after a car accident kills her family: her spirit or consciousness is shown wandering the halls of the hospital, barefoot, attempting to communicate with people and remembering her life in flashbacks. A family drives on a wet road in winter with mom and dad in the front seat and a teenage girl and younger brother in the back seat; the father swerves to avoid an oncoming vehicle (no crash noise), and mist and smoke rise as the camera cuts to a fuzzy view of bare tree tops from the point of view of the ground; the teen girl rises from a prone position and wanders around the crash scene while the car sits on its roof with flames at the front axle; an EMT closes up a body bag that we later hear was the girl's mother and the girl walks to a group of crouching EMTs and sees herself lying in the snow with blood spreading under her, on her face and leg. We see six long, bloody instruments extending from an injured teen girl's stomach as surgeons manipulate them. A man on a gurney is shown with a gauze patch over one eye and a neck brace. A man with thick bandages around his neck and a gauze eye patch are shown in a hospital bed. A young boy lies sleeping with an oxygen mask on his face and an IV line and blood pressure cuff on his arm in a hospital room while monitors beep; we hear that the boy and a man died and we see and hear their families crying. A young man enters an ICU room, but two guards forcefully pull him out of the room and off the hospital floor as he shouts. A teen girl in a coma sees a bright, hazy yellow light at the end of a hallway, followed by flashbacks of her life in a quickening sequence, followed by loud crunching sounds off screen and the screen goes white. An injured teen girl's closed eyelids become progressively more red and sunken, finally turning purple. A few scenes feature a teen boy and a teen girl arguing about their future lives and careers, mostly about which one's career is more important and who should relocate for the other's work; she cries several times and they break up and reconnect a few times.|
|profanity||3/10 1 mild obscenities, 2 Shut Ups, 3 anatomical terms and 1 religious exclamations as*hole is used a lot Name-calling (crazy, insane, dumb, liar, tool, job [like "nut job"], fools, ridiculous, riffraff, naïve and stinking mess.) Stereotypical references to teenagers, parents, musicians, groupies, medical professionals, teachers, coffee drinkers and abandoned children.|
|alcohol||There is a brief scene of teen drinking (possible, what's inside the cups isn't shown.) A girl drinks a shot before walking into a crowd of people, and she scrunches her nose from the taste.|
|frightening||Many Scenes throughout the movie can be emotionally intense, including deaths of many characters. Suggested MPAA rating: PG-13 for Thematic Elements, Some Sexual Material, Language & Brief Teen Drinking|