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

 |  Documentary  |  15 June 2007 (USA)
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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)
Rachel Early ...
Herself - Pro-Life Artist
Steven Ertelt ...
Himself - Pro-Life Journalist,
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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26 October 2007 | by (Fairfax Station, VA) – See all my reviews

For a film that I thought was supposed to reflect more of the pro-choice position, this film lends most of the screen time to comments from anti-choice activists. I suppose one is left to see the weakness in the anti-choice positions. Some strong arguments in favor of choice would have made it a better film.

> How many of the zealots protesting abortion have taken a child from a stopped abortion into their family? Probably few. It is hypocritical to encourage these babies to be born and not participate in the support of them.

> Some discussion of over-population and global warming would have been helpful.

> For those of us who feel life begins only when a fetus is viable outside this womb would have liked that position to have been presented.

> Some argument as to why late term abortions are sometimes medically necessary would have been helpful.

If you are pro-choice, you may find much of this film lacking.

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