Running Inside Out
Recommended for ages 12 and over
Video Release: 1/24/2012
Writer: Robert Hirst with Rick Mace
Producer: Robert Hirst, Rick Mace, Daniel Bernard
Runtime: 85 min.
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Andrea Prescott and Jeffry Griffin
Inspired by a true story, Kim embarks on her college career to journey through love, success and unexpected crisis. With a dream job, a fresh start and an inspired passion for running, Kim is forced to the edge by a sequence of painful life circumstances including an unplanned pregnancy. As her life crumbles and relationships fade, her hardened aloneness is unveiled. "Who will stand with me? Who will love me -- just for me?" This is a passionate film about one woman's search for a love that will last and the people who make a difference through ordinary acts of kindness.
"Running Inside Out" is a dramatic movie about choices and consequences in one young woman's life. Kim's choices bring turmoil for not only herself but between her and her family. Kim finds herself in an unexpected situation of being an unmarried pregnant woman. This position changes the course of her life with her family and professional life while bringing her to face her relationship with God in a different light that changes her forever.
It is a story of forgiveness and redemption along with the consequences of premarital relationships. Due to the topic that this movie features we award this film the Dove "Family-Approved" 12+ Seal.
Sex: Comments regarding young woman spending the night with a guy and being a "tramp"; guy flirting with young woman by pool; young man seen lying in bed with young woman; a sexual relationship off-screen between unmarried couple resulting in pregnancy; couple living together.
Language: Tramp-2; OG-2; comment about not wanting to hear about Jesus stuff by young woman who later comes to believe.
Violence: Woman slaps man; young woman has an abortion that results in complications; woman runs into another.
Drugs: Comment about "bong" party; people have drinks after work.
Nudity: Young people in swim suits.
Other: Parents comparing children; parents turning their backs on child in trouble; forgiveness of others; making choices in life; dealing with repercussions of having an abortion.