On this Episode of The Unoffendable, we talk with Roe V. Wade Director Nick Loeb who talks about the film. He shares the importance of the film, why he made the film and some of the backlash he has received. He talks about the challenges in getting the film distributed and the attacks from the media prior to the release of the film.
Movie Link: https://www.roevwademovie.com/
CAST / Character
- Jon Voight – Justice Burger
- Nick Loeb – Dr. Bernard Nathanson
- Robert Davi – Justice Brennan
- Stacey Dash – Dr. Mildred Jefferson
- Jamie Kennedy – Larry Lader
- Joey Lawrence – Robert Byrn
- Cobin Bernsen – Justice Blackmun
- Steve Guttenberg – Justice Powell
- Greer Grammar – Sarah Weddington
- Wade Williams – Justice Rehnquist
- Mindy Robinson – Ellen McCormack
- Richard Portnow – Justice Douglas
- William Forsythe – Justice Stewart
- Justine Wachsberger – Linda Coffee
- Tom Guiry – Father James T. McHugh
- Chris Lemmon – Phil McCombs
- Octavius Prince – Cyril Means
- Alveda King – Guthrie Jefferson
- Jessica Sefaty – Sandy Ryer
- Roger Stone – Washington Post Reporter
THE TRUE UNTOLD STORY.
Dr. Bernard Nathanson and Dr. Mildred Jefferson square off in a national battle in this untold conspiracy that led to the most famous and controversial court case in history.
The film begins with Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, who launched an initiative called “The Negro Project.” She gives a speech at a KKK rally, describing her intentions to reduce the growth of the African American population by legalizing abortions. Quickly, Dr. Bernard Nathanson, the most outspoken doctor performing abortions during this time, joins her cause, followed by outspoken feminist Betty Friedan. A team of activists begin to search the country, looking for a pregnant girl they can use to sue the government for her right to have an abortion. They find the perfect pawn: a young woman with a 10th grade education, struggling with poverty and other issues, named Norma McCorvey, now famously known as “Jane Roe We watch as Norma and her legal team sue Henry Wade, the district attorney of Dallas County.
Roe v. Wade is born.
Now that the activists successfully had the case before both state and federal courts, they had to convince the Supreme Court Justices to vote their way. Their advocates fed fake polls and statistics to the media, and Bernard and Betty Friedman from Planned Parenthood even brought Hollywood on board, persuading studio executives to create TV shows and movies supporting abortion. This was all done to influence public opinion and manipulate the courts.
There were a few citizens willing to speak up for the rights of the unborn. This fight is led by the film’s protagonist, Dr. Mildred Jefferson, the first African American woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School. She joined the Catholics and a passionate group of other citizens who attempt to educate Americans on the truth, but they soon discover they are up against the most well-funded revolution in 20th century America
Basically the main premise of the film is that medical abortion is wrong because some of the early doctors that put it into practice had racist motivations. By that same logic, doesn’t that negate America’s founding too, since all of our founding fathers were actual slave owners? This same logic would honestly negate a lot of what we call “America.” Women having the right over their own bodies and reproductive cycles is what it’s really all about; over-dramatizing the racism of early doctors is a non-sequitir. It’s equivalent to Leftists these days discounting America’s roots simply because their steeped in racism. These are related topics but not necessarily the same.
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