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It's rare to find anything that can make several hundred teenagers fall silent; it's rarer still to find something that they'll admit moved them deeply. 'Point of No Return' is just such a thing. I watched it for the first time in a gym filled with teenagers only days way from prom. The initial laughter... Read more

Laura Dolce - Editor, York County Coast Star

The Point of No Return is one of the most compelling portrayals of the perils caused by underage alcohol consumption that I have ever viewed. The video is extremely effective because it accurately depicts the multiple opportunities to prevent death or permanent injury as a result of driving under the influence.... Read more

Michael Schmitz, DO

Several months ago, I had the opportunity to view Point of No Return with several hundred middle-school students as part of a lesson aimed at raising awareness around the issues of substance use. Having attended many similar presentations during the previous two decades, I anticipated the usualsnickers and jeers that often trickle from a room... Read more

Andrew R. Dolloff - Superintendent of Schools

The Point of No Return movie is a realistic portrayal of the consequences of bad decisions made by young people. It is a gripping testimonial to the peer pressures that kids deal with daily. It should be mandatory viewing for all high school age students. LT. Kevin P. DonovanCommanding Officer - Troop GMaine State Police Read more

LT. Kevin P. Donovan - Commanding Officer - Troop G Maine State Police