Based on the inspiring and powerful true story and journal entries of Rachel Joy Scott- the first student killed in the Columbine High School shooting in 1999.
- Rachel Joy Scott: Masey McLain
- Kevin: Mark Daugherty
- Linda: Jennifer O’Neill
- Brian Riggs: Ben VanderMey
- Mrs. Diaz: Jaci Velasquez
- Celine: Emma Elle Roberts
- Alex Dickerson: Cameron McKendry
- Beth Nimmo: Terri Minton
- Madison: Victoria Staley
- Gabby: Taylor Kalupa
- Charity: Sadie Robertson
- Eric Harris: David Errigo Jr.
- Dylan Klebold: Cory Chapman
- Sean: Justin Cone
- Nathan Ballard: Ben Davies
- Bethanee Scott: Ashlyn Moore
- Tony: Steven Dady
- Video White Hat: Michael Ketzner
- Stella: Abby Glover
- Director: Brian Baugh
- Casting: Nise Davies
- Writer: Bodie Thoene
- Costume Design: Vanessa Gonzalez
- Writer: Philipa Booyens
- Writer: Robin Hanley
- Writer: Kari Redmond
- Editor: Chris Witt
- Production Design: Christian Snell
- Art Direction: Anthony Jastrow
- Reno: **Life. For some people it is worth living for something!**
Based on the journal of a person who had got killed in the 1999 shooting at a high school in the US. Really inspiring character and the story, till that final horror event. But the real shame was, the filmmakers used it to promote religious. Or maybe they have highlighted too much from the religious aspect. Because, her life and that horrific event connected with her unexpected prediction which are only a coincident, rather any miracle from heaven. I’m not against believers, but I anticipated honest, a reality, not fantasy.
So coming to the film, apart from misusing a real person’s life, it was a nice film. Nice casting and performances. Masey McLain was so pretty and awesome in her role. Don’t expect it to be the film about that 1999 shooting. It was not about that, except it had a connection as everything was built behind it. They have shown very little from that angle towards the end. Some of the real footage attached in those parts. Yeah, the end was emotional as expected. Everyone might not find it a good film for what I had told earlier, nevertheless the true story deserves some respect.