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When a girl attending a Christian high school becomes pregnant, she finds herself ostracized and demonized, as all of her former friends turn on her.

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Mary
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Hilary Faye
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Roland
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Patrick
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Tia
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Cassandra (as Eva Amurri)
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Dean
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Veronica
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Pastor Skip
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Lillian
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Mitch
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PE Coach
Donna White ...
Trudy Mason
James Caldwell ...
Hairdresser
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Guitar Player
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Paramedic
Patricia Drake ...
Dean's Mother
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Church Man
Jay Hilliker ...
Waiter / Host
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Pastor
Greg Kean ...
Dean's Father
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Lead Singer
Althea McAdam ...
Church Wife
Thomas Plustwik ...
Carpenter / Jesus
Syndie Skeeles ...
3 Year Old Mary
Susan Wilkey ...
Pink Bouffant Lady
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Herself

Directed by

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Brian Dannelly

Written by

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Brian Dannelly ... (written by) &
Michael Urban ... (written by)

Produced by

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H. Kaye Dyal ... co-executive producer
Steven Gagnon ... co-executive producer
Michael Ohoven ... producer
David Prybil ... co-executive producer
Kerry Rock ... co-executive producer
Cal Shumiatcher ... line producer
Sandy Stern ... producer
Michael Stipe ... producer
William Vince ... producer

Music by

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Christophe Beck ... (music by)

Cinematography by

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Bobby Bukowski ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Pamela Martin ... (edited by)

Editorial Department

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Joe Fineman ... post production consultant
Suzy Gilbert ... assistant editor
Dan Muscarella ... color timer
Mato ... color timer (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Tony Devenyi

Art Direction by

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Kristina Lyne

Set Decoration by

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Laura Killam
James Willcock

Costume Design by

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Wendy Chuck

Makeup Department

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Ian C. Ballard ... key hair stylist (as Ian Ballard)
Russell Brady ... hair stylist: for Mary-Louise Parker
James Dean Patten ... first assistant hair stylist
Sydney Silvert ... key make-up
Donna Stocker ... first assistant make-up
Debra Wiebe ... hair stylist: for Mary-Louise Parker (as Deborah Wiebe)
Geralyn Wraith ... make-up: for Mary-Louise Parker
Rebecca Lee ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Tara Smith ... wig designer: Mary Louise Parker (uncredited)

Production Management

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Lorne Davidson ... unit production manager
Michael Toji ... post production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Scott J. Ateah ... second unit director (as Scott Ateah)
Steven Catlin ... assistant director trainee
Steve Eathorne ... second assistant director
Jennifer Nelson ... assistant director trainee
Sarah Ostrow ... third assistant director (as Sarah Nicole Ostrow)
Kate Vanderbyl ... second assistant director
Pete Whyte ... first assistant director (as Peter Whyte)

Art Department

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Mike Allen ... paint foreman
Jim Bruder ... lead carpenter
Allan Burdett ... construction coordinator (as Alan Burdett)
William Glenn Burdett ... construction foreman
Greg Coombs ... greens person
Dawn Marie Dowling ... on set dresser
Valerie Farlette ... set dresser
Sierra Laflamme ... assistant set decorator
Ian Langmann ... lead set dresser
Iain MacLeod ... set dresser (as Iain Macleod)
David MacMillan ... set dresser (as David Macmillan)
Alistair Macrae ... assistant property master (as Ali Macrae)
Stanley J. Miller ... set dresser (as Stanley Jacob Miller)
Toni Nick ... set dresser
Noni Peck ... property master
Dave Righton ... lead property (as David Righton)
Cynthia Rose ... set dresser
Cheri 'Cheryl-Lynne' Trewin ... set dresser
Scott Trewin ... set dresser
John Werner ... set dresser
Rick Whitfield ... art department assistant
Todd Keller ... on-set dresser (uncredited)
Ocea Ringrose ... set dresser (uncredited)
Adrien Van Viersen ... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Rick Whitfield ... assistant art director (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Eric Batut ... production sound mixer (as Eric J. Batut)
Matthew C. Beville ... adr mixer (as Matt Beville)
Gary Blufer ... additional sound effects
Patrick Cusack ... assistant sound editor
Andrew DeCristofaro ... supervising sound editor
David Esparza ... sound effects editor
Marshall Garlington ... re-recording mixer
Chris Glyn-Jones ... boom operator
Aaron J. Green ... manager of sound services (as Aaron Green)
Chris Higgins ... sound assistant
Shawn Kennelly ... foley mixer
Laura Macias ... foley artist
Michael A. Morongell ... mixing engineer
Chris Navarro ... adr recordist
Nancy Nugent ... dialogue editor (as Nancy Kyong Nugent) / foley editor (as Nancy Kyong Nugent)
Michael Payne ... sound effects supervisor
Sean Rowe ... foley artist
Dan Scolnik ... foley editor
John C. Stuver ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Ken Teaney ... re-recording mixer
James Wright ... sound consultant: Dolby
Sean Wright ... mixing recordist
Manvel Barsegyan ... sound mixer (uncredited)
William Cawley ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Paul Drenning ... adr mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Caila Anderson ... special effects assistant
Cara E. Anderson ... special effects assistant
Rory Cutler ... special effects coordinator
W. David McGuire ... special effects assistant (as William David McGuire)
John Reynolds ... special effects assistant (as John S. Reynolds)
Jayme Smith ... special effects assistant

Visual Effects by

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Heather L. Anderson ... producer: iO Film
Christopher Dusendschon ... digital imaging supervisor (as Christopher Dusendschön)
Chris Ervin ... title designer: for VAFX
Adam Hawkey ... digital colorist (as Adam S. Hawkey)
Julie Landholt ... title graphics (as J. Kathryn Landholt)
Kevin Mullican ... research & development: imaging/Color Science
Christopher Elke ... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
John Fukushima ... digital compositor: Toybox (uncredited)
Erik Nordby ... digital compositor: Toybox (uncredited)
Lorraine Rozon ... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Joel Tong ... digital compositor: Toybox (uncredited)

Stunts

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Scott J. Ateah ... stunt coordinator (as Scott Ateah)
Brent Connolly ... stunt player
Garvin Cross ... stunt coordinator
Caroline Field ... stunt player (as Carolyn Field)
Corry Glass ... stunt player
Michael Langlois ... stunt player (as Mike Langlois)
Phil Medwid ... stunt player
Thomas Plustwik ... stunt performer
Trish Schill ... stunt player
Owen Walstrom ... stunt coordinator
Corry Glass ... stunt double: Mandy Moore (uncredited)
Gerald Paetz ... stunt driver (uncredited)
Sharon Simms ... stunt player (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Michael Bruce Adams ... first assistant camera (as Michael Adams)
Paul Arnel ... grip (as Paul G. Arnel)
Troy Bassett ... dolly grip
Tony Beck ... grip
Martin Biggerstaff ... grip
Simon Doucet ... best boy grip
Todd Elyzen ... camera operator / director of photography: second unit
Lee Gibeau ... best boy grip
Matt Greenhough ... rigging grip
John Helme ... chief lighting technician
Scott Hodges ... grip
Ian Houghton ... assistant lighting technician
Trevor Kenny ... grip
Brian A. Kuchera ... key grip (as Brian Kuchera)
John Kuchera ... key grip
Carl Leveque ... rigging grip
Robert Little ... grip
Lane MacDonald ... still photographer
Scott MacDonald ... camera operator
Chris Madden ... rigging chief lighting technician
Stephen Maier ... first assistant camera
Stephen J. McKnight ... second assistant camera (as Stephen McKnight)
Ryan Monro ... dolly grip
Greg Novosad ... grip
Diane Osowetski ... key grip
Diyah Pera ... still photographer (as Diyah Perah)
Mike Scoffield ... dolly grip
Doug Stover ... best boy grip
Marie-Helene Tremblay ... second assistant camera (as Marie Helene Tremblay)
Gus Ward ... grip
Trevor Williams ... grip
Ryan Young ... grip
Ryan Bailey ... gaffer: second unit (uncredited)
Oliver Hajdu ... rigging best boy (uncredited)
Kharen Hill ... gallery photographer (uncredited)
Max Torroba ... playback operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Heike Brandstatter ... casting: Canadian
James Forsyth ... extras casting
Coreen Mayrs ... casting: Canadian
Sally Stern ... casting: US
Edward D. Rea ... casting associate (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Linda Chow ... cutter
Laurie Giles ... assistant costume designer
Karin Nosella ... costumer
J.B. Owen ... extras costumer
Nicola Ryall ... seamstress
Debra Torpe ... costumer

Location Management

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Mike Doiron ... key location assistant
Ann Goobie ... location manager
Peter Klassen ... assistant location manager (as Peter J. Klassen)

Music Department

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Pete Anthony ... conducted by
Christophe Beck ... score produced by
Sandy DeCrescent ... orchestra contractor
Rossano Galante ... orchestrations by
Tim Isle ... music editor
Andrew Kaiser ... score coordinator
Kevin Kliesch ... orchestrations by
David Klotz ... assistant music editor (as Dave Klotz)
Jon Leshay ... music supervisor
Ryan Robinson ... scoring technical support engineer
Casey Stone ... score mixer / score recordist
Tristana Ward ... music clearances
Mike Deasy ... musician (uncredited)
George Doering ... musician (uncredited)
Chad Greer ... music coordinator (uncredited)
Peter Rotter ... music contractor (uncredited)
Michael Stipe ... songs by (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Darren Collins ... transportation co-captain
David Halliday ... transportation captain
John O'Toole ... transportation coordinator
Darryl Litke ... driver: hair/make-up/wardrobe (uncredited)

Other crew

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Holly Atchison ... script supervisor: second unit
Andrea Bastin ... production coordinator
Jon Bell ... assistant: to Cal Shumiatcher
Lenard 'Mike' Boultbee ... office production assistant
Sean Cummings ... production assistant
Shane Deschamps ... set supervisor
Al Farman ... security captain (as John 'Al' Farman)
Holly Ferguson ... assistant production coordinator
Shawn Flynn ... key set production assistant
Julia Frittaion ... unit publicist
Paul Giordano ... production assistant
Sheila Goodman ... production accountant
Jennifer Harland ... extras coordinator
Raj Hundal ... assistant: to Sandy Stern
Sue Ing ... production assistant
Keely Johnson ... assistant accountant
Bruce C. Jones ... security coordinator
Laura Keane ... production assistant
Justin Marks ... assistant: to Sandy Stern
Aimee Morono ... assistant: to Brian Dannelly
Travis Murao ... wheelchair technician
Manbir Parhar ... post production accountant
Levon Parseghian ... assistant: to Michael Ohoven
Michael Roberts ... key set production assistant
Dylan Staniforth ... production assistant
Linda Strathdee ... script supervisor
Robyn Switzer ... production assistant
Denise Szabo ... craft service / first aid
Reba Szabo ... craft service / first aid
Portia Tickell ... script supervisor (as Portia Belmont)
Matt Towstyka ... chef: Tivoli Moving Pictures Caterers (as Matt Towistyka)
David Valleau ... assistant: to William Vince (as Dave Valleau)
Jodi Vanderjagt ... assistant accountant (as Jodi Mitchell)
Kyle Weldon ... production assistant
Roger Williams ... EPK/BTS: Inspired Image Picture Company
Bobby Bukowski ... choreographer (uncredited)
Dove Cresswell ... animal wrangler (uncredited) / production assistant (uncredited)
Byron Drinkle ... playback coordinator (uncredited)
Charles Heaphy ... production financing (uncredited)
Eric Kops ... publicist (uncredited)
Warner Loughlin ... acting coach (uncredited)
Jay May ... product placement (uncredited)
Chris McFarlane ... production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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Jane Wang Beck ... the producers wish to thank
Thomas Blackshear ... the producers wish to thank (as Thomas Blackshear II)
Mark Blackwell ... the producers wish to thank
Susan H. Bodine ... the producers wish to thank (as Sue Bodine)
Peter Buck ... the producers wish to thank
Gerard Chataigneau ... the producers wish to thank
Alison Cohen ... the producers wish to thank
Gina G. Goff ... special thanks
Joe Hobel ... the producers wish to thank: Infinity Media Inc.
Laura Ivey ... the producers wish to thank: Infinity Media Inc.
Laura A. Kellam ... special thanks
Kyle Mann ... the producers wish to thank: Infinity Media Inc.
Julie Panebianco ... the producers wish to thank
Paul Westerberg ... the producers wish to thank
Farley Ziegler ... the producers wish to thank
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Mary is a senior at American Eagle Christian High School in suburban Baltimore. She considers herself born again, despite the fact that her rebirth was at age three. Her best girlfriends are two classmates that comprise the Christian Jewels band with her. Hilary Faye is the alpha Christian, who outwardly is perfect, especially in her connection to God. And Veronica is ethnic Vietnamese who was adopted and thus saved by a black Christian couple. A third is Tia, who is generally an outsider in her geek status but who aspires to be in this Christian clique. Also within their social circle solely out of necessity is Hilary Faye's older brother Roland, who has been in a wheelchair since age nine after falling out of a tree, and who, out of family obligation Hilary Faye transports everywhere including to/from school. Beyond that transportation, Roland and Hilary Faye generally have disdain for each other. One of Hilary Faye's God driven missions for the year is to save Cassandra, a Jewish girl new to the school, she who was expelled from her last school and is only attending a faith based school as a marginally better option than the alternative. Mary's world starts to fall apart just before the start of the school year when her boyfriend, Dean, admits to her that he thinks he is gay. Mary receives what she believes are messages from God, including one indirectly through Hilary Faye, leading to her thinking she can save Dean by having sex with him, God who will restore her spiritual virginity because of this act. The outcome is that Dean is sent away for conversion therapy and outed anyway, and Mary becomes pregnant, something she doesn't tell Dean or any of those closest to her, including her mother, Lillian. Her pregnancy affects how she treats another new student, Patrick - the son of Pastor Skip, the school's principal - the two who are attracted to each other. Beyond Mary trying to figure out what to do, Mary's Christian faith is tested by events around her because of Dean and/or her pregnancy, as well as by many Christians justifying what may be considered sins in having a higher Godly purpose, which she is unaware includes a relationship between her mother and married Pastor Skip. Written by Huggo

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Taglines Heaven Help Us. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Saved! - Die Highschool-Missionarinnen (Germany)
  • ¡Salvados! (Spain)
  • Kurtar beni! (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Wszyscy swieci (Poland)
  • Spašeni! (Serbia)
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Runtime
  • 92 min
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Box Office

Budget $5,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $459,386, 30 May 2004
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $10,156,933, 09 Apr 2006

Did You Know?

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Trivia The producers went through normal channels to try to obtain the rights to include a piece of the title song from the musical Jesus Christ Superstar (1973), but all their requests were denied. Finally, a friend gave them Tim Rice's personal phone number, and after seeing and loving the movie, Rice agreed to grant them the right to use the song. See more »
Goofs When Mary and Hilary Faye are painting the Jesus billboard in the opening scene, the break at Jesus' neck from when his head falls off later is clearly visible. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Jake Gyllenhaal Challenges the Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (2010). See more »
Soundtracks Beautiful Thing See more »
Quotes Paramedic: I only got room for one of you.
Dean: I'm the father...
Patrick: I'm the boyfriend...
Mitch: [points to Dean] I'm HIS boyfriend.
Paramedic: That's nice, but I still only got room for one of you.
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