King says audience will learn sad history in Roe movie

Wednesday, August 14, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Roe v. Wade 1973 signProducers of a film on the Roe v. Wade ruling are nearing a date to premier the movie.

The untitled movie about legalizing abortion is now in a post-production phase.

Dr. Alveda King of Civil Rights for the Unborn, who has assumed the role of executive producer, calls the film a “dramatic account” of the landmark decision.

King

“This is a current, relative and up-to-date account,” she tells OneNewsNow, “of how abortion became legal in America in 1973.”

Producers have launched a campaign to raise needed funds to promote the movie and to make sure lots of theaters agree to show it.

An announcement of the date for the premier will come later.

King says the dramatization revolves around the legality issue, and the hope is the audience will walk away questioning the landmark decision based on the scientific knowledge of today.

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