Actress Ashley Bratcher, in the role of Abby Johnson, speaks with clinic workers in the film Unplanned.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Women are very much at the center of today’s culture wars, and no where is this more evident than in the latest abortion conflagration in Georgia over passage of the “heartbeat” bill. Unplannedstar Ashley Bratcher, a resident of the state, decided to use her feminine genius to teach actress Alyssa Milano a lesson about how to fight for women’s rights.
In spite of its low budget, a limited number of screens, an unexpected R rating, and the suspicious last- minute suspension of its Twitter account, the pro-life biopic, Unplanned, had a spectacular opening weekend at the box office, making it into the top five films.
A coalition of actors, media and faith leaders have published an open letter to the faith community in America urging parents not to let the R rating which was given to the pro-life movie, Unplanned, deter them from taking their teens to the theater to see this movie.
The life story of abortion clinic worker, Abby Johnson, has been turned into one of the most powerful pro-life movies of our time. Debuting in theaters on March 29, it promises shine a bright light into Planned Parenthood’s darkest secrets.
The former director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Bryan, Texas, who became pro-life after witnessing an ultrasound-guided abortion, is telling the shocking truth about the abortion industry in a book being released today by Ignatius Press.