Movie Review: I’m Not Ashamed (Four Stars)

theatrical release poster

theatrical release poster

Movie Review: I’m Not Ashamed, Directed by Brian Baugh

Four Stars

Rachel Joy Scott died during the massacre at Columbine High School in 1999. This movie chronicles the last year of her life. For an admittedly Christian movie, there is little preaching and no one is perfect, least of all Rachel. The story is drawn from her journals. It’s about forgiveness and compassion in the pressure of modern life set into bold perspective by Rachel’s murder. The film also explores the motives and plotting of the shooters.

The production values and acting are good for a small,  independent production. (It was shown once a day in the smallest venue of our local multiplex.) The actual shooting is realistic but not gory.

“I just want to make a difference.”

She did.

2 thoughts on “Movie Review: I’m Not Ashamed (Four Stars)

  1. Glad people haven’t forgotten. So many horrific Colombines. Individual lives are often best to tell the story. I saw a TV interview with the mother of Dylan Keblod’s accomplice in the shooting..Wrenching. The mother is still haunted by the event. Thank you.

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