Several new pro-life movies were released in the past few months. I’ve seen the trailers for all of them and I plan on purchasing many, if not all, in order to pass the pro-life message on to others. Check them out for yourselves and see what you think. These movies were recently recommended by a pro-life friend.
Synopsis from the website: “A young woman is locked in the bathroom of an abortion clinic after her aborted baby was born alive. A film about decisions, their effects and the echoes they leave behind. Based on the shocking World Net Daily article by Ron Strom, on victim’s testimonies, and real 911 calls about one of the most controversial subjects of our time, “22weeks” achieves to confront both sides of the spectrum and their perspective to the on going question: ‘what would you do?'”
Killing Girls (Documentary)
Synopsis from the website: “In today’s Russia 80% of the women have between 2 and 10 abortions in their life. … Late term abortions became on of the popular methods of solving the problems for the girls aged … 14 to 18. … ‘Killings Girls’ brings us into the world of an abortion clinic that specializes in late term teenage abortions. Here, abortions are sometimes performed even after 6 months of pregnancy. … ‘Killing Girls’ tells the truth about abortion–this film is neither Pro Life nor Pro Choice.”
The Terri Schiavo Story (Documentary)
From the website: “By order of the government, a healthy young woman was denied food and water until she died. … Do we believe in the sanctity of all human life, or do we believe in the sanctity of some human life?”
Demographic Winter: Decline of the Human Family (Documentary)
Synopsis from the website: “One of the most ominous events of modern history is quietly unfolding. Social scientists and economists agree – we are headed toward a demographic winter which threatens to have catastrophic social and economic consequences. The effects will be severe and long lasting and are already becoming manifest in much of Europe. … The economies of the world will continue to contract as the ‘human capital’ spoken of by Nobel Prize winning economist Gary Becker, diminishes. The engines of commerce will be strained by the responsibility to support an aging population.”
Come What May (Fiction)
From the website: “When Does Life Really Begin? If college student Caleb Hogan argues what he truly believes, he stands to lose the most important competition of his life and the support of his mother. If he softens his stance, he might win the coveted title…but lost the heart of his teammate Rachel in the process. ‘Come What May’ is a vivid reminder that choosing what is right is never easy…but it is always worth the cost.”
Thine Eyes (Documentary)
From the website: What the film accomplishes: “Provides accurate and artistic coverage of the 36th annual March for Life to be shared with the world … inspires prolife people to give time, talent and treasure to the prolife cause … raises awareness about the March for Life and the prolife position … provides a visual resource to prolife organizations, schools, churches and any person or organization…”
Let the movies speak for themselves.