The Second Chance
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The Second Chance
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Second Chance rated PG-13? The Second Chance is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some drug references.
This Christian movie about life on the inner-city streets covers such issues as drug trafficking, prostitution, substance abuse and gang violence. While most of these depictions are brief, they do include a gang related beating where some blood is shown, some characters being threatened with a gun, the mention of pimps and abortion, as well as a young child being used to purchase drugs. Addictions portrayed include alcoholics drinking from bottles, a character identified as a junkie, and a man with a passion for lottery tickets. A few mild swear words and some racial slurs are heard throughout, most of which are uttered by a pastor.
Page last updated February 13, 2012
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "The Second Chance"
Cast and Crew
The Second Chance is directed by and stars Michael W. Smith, jeff carr.
The most recent home video release of The Second Chance movie is July 17, 2006. Here are some details…
Audiences will get The Second Chance to see this limited release film with this DVD release. Audio commentary is provided by director Steve Taylor and actors Michael W. Smith and
jeff obafemi carr. Other extras include deleted scenes (with commentary by Steve Taylor), The Second Chance FAQ File, and the theatrical trailer. Also provided are a behind-the-scenes featurette, Beyond the making of The Second Chance, the J. Don Ferguson’s Story and Action!(presenting at the Gospel Music Awards). As well, Michael W. Smith performs in the music video All in the Serve.
Related home video titles:
The independent film, Diary of a City Priest tells the story of a Catholic minister who also services in an inner city neighborhood. Another film featuring the vocal talents of Christian musical artists is The Gospel. The message that, “God is a God of Second Chances” appears as well in the crisp animation, Jonah: A Veggie Tales Movie.