After Hannah mysteriously collapses during a school play, she discovers that her lifetime of medical issues actually stems from her difficult birth. She learns that she was born prematurely, at 24 weeks, following a failed abortion. She also finds out that she was adopted and that the parents she always believed were her biological parents actually adopted her after her birth mother abandoned her. Upset, disillusioned and disoriented, Hannah decides to go on spring break with her best friend Jason and his crowd. Along the way, she hopes to visit the hospital where she was born and possibly track down her birth mother.
What follows is a voyage of discovery for the young woman, who learns more than she bargained for about her origins and how she came to the life she leads. Along the way, she discovers the value of love and family, and most of all, the power of forgiveness. At the end of the film, Hannah, her parents, and Jason will never be the same.
This film predominantly is "shelled" around a story based on Christian beliefs and characters who demonstrate strong moral values within a positive message. Nevertheless, there are so many transformative and thought-provoking moments that one cannot place aside. Define a key moment that fundamentally would be extremely difficult if you were placed into that scene. Describe that moment, and elaborate on your reaction.