“Saving Sloane” arrived on digital, On Demand and on DVD today, October 26th!
In this powerful coming-of-age tale, Sloane Emerson struggles to do right, but her high school friends are leading her into trouble. Frustrated, her stepmom sends Sloane to stay with family at a ranch in the country. There, Sloane finds a kindred spirit in Glory, a horse with potential who’s hard to tame. Sloane bonds with Glory, but is horrified to learn that the creature will soon be sold. With time running out, Sloane makes a dangerous decision that could save – or threaten – both herself and Glory.
This movie is family-friendly and offers life lessons that can be discussed with your little ones.
I appreciated that the film highlights what it’s like for kids/teens to fall into the wrong crowd and how sometimes it is better to befriend someone who has your best interests at heart.
“Saving Sloane” is a wholesome movie and I recommend it for family viewing. It provides several teachable moments that you can engage your kids in talking about long after the movie is over.
“Saving Sloan” is available now on digital, On Demand and DVD.
“Saving Sloan” is rated PG.
Running Time: 89 minutes
Disclosure: No monetary compensation was received for this post. I received a complimentary copy of the movie which helped facilitate this review. Images shown in this post are used with permission. As always, my opinions are 100% my own.