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After the assassination of Dr. George Tiller in Kansas in 2009, there are a limited number of doctors left in the country who provide third-trimester abortions for women. AFTER TILLER moves between the rapidly unfolding stories of these doctors, all of whom were close colleagues of Dr. Tiller, and are fighting to keep this service available in the wake of his death. These four people have become the new number-one targets of the pro-life movement, yet continue to risk their lives every day to do work that many believe is murder, but which they believe is profoundly important for their patients' lives. AFTER TILLER shows them confronting harassment from protesters, challenges in their personal lives, and a series of tough ethical decisions.Written by
Even my friends pro-choice don't agree with this movie. Its actually hard for me to review this movie focusing just on this movie. It was shown in Ireland this week. The documentary-movie tries to bends peoples opinions that late term abortions are necessary. I see nothing noble about this movie, Children with disabilities should be given the chance and the support at life, let them have a voice, they are our children. Maybe we would be surprised at value of there contribution to life. I went to see the movie because one of the abortionists was speaking on Irish radio. Its impossible to come to terms how these procedures could be carried out. I suppose had they actually shown a late term abortion on the documentary people might have seen it for what it is. It really is sadly taking the life of a viable child. We can dress it up with music and soft words and spin it with this movie, but it is what it is. Sorry of this review seems very political or even extreme, I just felt very very uncomfortable with this documentary. We need to stand up for the reality before us, late term abortion is pretty horrific, euthanasia of the child because we think they would be better off out of the way. Sorry to IMDb for this review, but since the movie is posted here for review then I give mine,
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