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Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion (2007)

An unprecedented view of the deep secrets and deep pockets of the pro-life movement.
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John Brockhoeft ...
Himself - Convicted Abortion Clinic Bomber, Army of God
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Himself (archive footage)
Grant Cheney ...
Himself - Focus Institute Student
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Herself (archive footage) (as Hillary Rodham Clinton)
Rachel Early ...
Herself - Pro-Life Artist
Steven Ertelt ...
Himself - Pro-Life Journalist, Lifenews.com
Nellie Gray ...
Herself - President, March for Life
Peggy Hartshorn ...
Herself - President, Heartbeat International
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Himself (archive footage)
David Lee ...
Himself - Director, Justice For All
Anthony Levatino ...
Himself - Former Abortion Doctor
Monica Miller ...
Herself - Photographer
Janet Morana ...
Herself - Silent No More Campaign
Jay Mount ...
Himself - Founder, MDS Communications
Troy Newman ...
Himself - President, Operation Rescue West
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An unprecedented view of the deep secrets and deep pockets of the pro-life movement.

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Inside the War on Abortion

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Excellent, objective look at the pro-life movement
3 March 2008 | by (Raleigh, North Carolina) – See all my reviews

One viewer argued that the filmmakers have a pro-choice bias because they filled 2 percent of the screen time with the black-and-white factoids, including one that represented the medical community's position that abortion and breast cancer are not linked. Another viewer implied that this film is pro-life because it focused almost entirely on pro-lifers.

I think both viewers are wrong and I think trying to figure out whether the filmmakers are biased or trying to manipulate us is a waste of time. Ninety percent of the movie is footage of pro-lifers in action and pro-lifers discussing their work in their own words. That's pretty much exactly what the movie promised at the outset. If the film had teased "a complete, thorough, and balanced look at the abortion debate," then you could accuse the filmmakers of pro-life bias. But it didn't do that.


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