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Hannah (Rachel Hendrix) has just learned a difficult truth. Her parents aren't really her blood relatives. Instead she was adopted after an unsuccessful abortion. Feeling like her whole world has been turned upside-down, she sets out to find the woman who didn't want to be her mother.
Why Is October Baby Rated PG-13?
October Baby is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in October Baby...
Violence: Characters break into a locked building and are subsequently arrested. Mild suicidal thoughts are recorded in a journal.
Sexual Content: An unmarried couple is forced to share a hotel room, which causes the girl’s moral convictions great distress. A character says she has never been with anyone (meaning sexually).
Language: None Noted.
Drugs and Alcohol: A character is depicted with a hangover.
Other: A girl’s medical history (hip problems, asthma, epilepsy and emotional issues) is attributed to a failed abortion. A character describes witnessing the birth of a child who is missing an arm because of an abortion attempt. Miscarriages, abortion and death of infants are discussed.
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Home Video Notes: October Baby
Release Date: 11 September 2012
October Baby releases to home video with the following bonus extras:
- Audio commentary by The Erwin Brothers and The October Baby Family
- October Bloopers
- Deleted Scenes
- Finding Hannah
- Shari’s Story
- Gianna Jessen: The Inspiration
- Singing the Praises of October Baby
- Facebook Q&A with Rachel and Jason
- Every Life is Beautiful (Jon Erwin, Gianna Jessen, Andy Erwin, Mark Hall, Pat Layton, Ken Bevel and Dan Atchison)
- The Afters “Life Is Beautiful” Music Video