“After Tiller” – an intimate and heartfelt look at four doctors performing third-trimester abortions.

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“We tried to frame it as clearly as possible as being a part of these doctors and seeing it from their point of view,” said Wilson, “and for them, the protesters are there kind of buzzing in the background all the time, but they are not a big presence in their lives, other than a possible threat lurking there. I think we wanted to represent the protesters in a way that was true to the doctors’ experiences of them, but we also didn’t want to make them look crazy or one-dimensional. Even though they are a small part of the doctors’ lives, we tried to treat them fairly when they are in the film.”

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Editor’s note: This pro-abortion propaganda piece is just too disgusting for words! The filmmakers said they didn’t want to make the PROTESTERS look crazy! What about the filmmakers themselves? Are they nuts? Couldn’t they see the wanton slaughter that was taking place, all around them? Couldn’t they smell the stench of death in those places? Didn’t they realize they were dealing with monsters? And then there’s the part where the “caring and conscientious” abortionist turns down a woman’s request for an abortion! Does anyone want to bet how many times that ever (never) happened before? Give us a break, will you?

1 Comment

  1. Doug, I empathize with your passion. You are preaching to the choir here, although I also understand the therapeutic potential from so doing.

    I merely leave you with the words of St. Padre Pio: “Pray, hope and don’t worry.”


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