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Ken Del Vecchio
Ken Del Vecchio
If you don't like abortion or fancy words like "relevance", but you do like the voices in your head, this is your movie. The Life Zone is story of three women: a blonde, a brunette, and a redhead. No, I'm not kidding. Regardless of the feelings of their fetuses or God (lord knows no one needs more protection than an omniscient and omnipotent being) they have decided to have an abortion -- or did they? Not if Robert Loggia and a doctor/failed baby machine have anything to do with it! Together, they kidnapped the three women, and threaten to kill them if they self-abort. And yes, they are the good guys. The story is so thin and feebly told that to pad the run time, the prison scenes alternate with cutaways to anti-abortion propaganda; for example, alleged man on the street interviews that are performed by the cast and crew. I have no idea why Robert "Scarface" Loggia is in this film, but I like to think that he himself was kidnapped and was forced to read his lines. He never actually interacts with the other actors, so this is a real possibility. Blanche Baker, the actress who plays the doctor, had a major role in -- wait for it -- The Handmaid's Tale (1990). It's true. Look it up.
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