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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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Credited cast:
John Brockhoeft ...
Himself - Convicted Abortion Clinic Bomber, Army of God
Himself (archive footage)
Grant Cheney ...
Himself - Focus Institute Student
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
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


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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Absolutely Fascinating
8 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is not a Michael Moore documentary. The information presented in this film is NOT spoon fed to you, and it cannot be viewed with the expectation of being easy to watch. This film forces you to reconsider everything you know about abortion. This film requires you to hear all, see all, and form your own opinion after the credits roll.

While the views of the filmmakers are probably more "pro-choice" than "pro-life", much more attention is paid to the pro-life side of the issue. Keep in mind that this is hardly ever used in an offensive or mocking way, but rather in a way that is respected, fair, and representative of the Pro-Life community. That is what makes the film so unique- it's ability to spend the majority of the film on the side of Pro-Life but still end up balancing out and forcing YOU, the audience, to make your own decisions.

This film will move you. This film is essential for everyone to witness. It is unique in its power to make both pro-life and pro-choice activists question their beliefs. It is one of the most unbiased films I have ever had the honor to experience, and it should not be approached with any expectations. Allow the film to present to you everything it offers, which is an extensive range of opinions and facts, and be aware that it blurs the line between life and choice almost past the point of distinction. Life and choice are no longer so clear. You can no longer rely on the beliefs of your political affiliation to tell you what is humane and what is immoral. In this day and age of technology and the spread of information, independent opinions need to be formed.

If you seek knowledge and information, watch this film. If you are looking for a film to breeze through, save it for another day. But come back to it and remember that it is beneficial both to people who consider themselves "Pro-Life" and "Pro-Choice".

See for yourself and do what the documentary encourages- find your own knowledge and follow it both with passion and understanding.

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