an After abortion: Abortion in the Movies

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Monday, December 30, 2013

Abortion in the Movies

I suppose this post could be renamed "Abortion (OR Avoiding One) In The Movies:

2014: "Gimme Shelter", about the help and places to live given to pregnant women in need at Several Sources Shelters in New Jersey.

Students For Life lists all "pro-life" movies, which include several about abortion--complete with trailer links--such as "Juno" (2006), "Bella" (2007), and more.

"October Baby" (2011), trailer viewable here.

"A Distant Thunder": "A Distant Thunder' is a powerful thriller and a gripping legal drama. It's engrossing, terrifying, and convincing." - - Chris Weinkopf, Los Angeles Daily News - film clip viewable on both the film's website and here (warning: graphic description of a partial birth abortion)

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