The true story of Abby Johnson, a Planned Parenthood clinic director who presided over tens of thousands of abortions. But when she finally sees an actual abortion, her entire life is turned upside down.
I just saw the premiere a couple days ago in Los Angeles. I was blown away. Put it on your calendars NOW to see it opening weekend March 29.
If you care at all, even a little bit, about the issue of abortion in this country, you must see this woman’s story. It is a deeply moving portrait of redemption. It is both gripping and beautiful.
Ashley Bratcher plays Abby Johnson with a fresh innocence, a growing awakening, a broken heart, and a freed soul. Her journey is nuanced, honest and without malice.
The Cover Up
All the demons of hell are going to come out against this movie. Why? Because it is good story told well that will move the hearts of anyone with a conscience who watches it.
And it isn’t a propaganda piece. It shows some pro-life protestors at their worst, and all the Planned Parenthood workers at their best. It is honest about the nuances and complexities of the issue of abortion in the real world of women’s lived experiences.
This is not good news for Planned Parenthood. It’s a whistleblower movie about justice that is on the level of Silkwood, The Insider, Erin Brockovich, A Civil Actionand Michael Clayton.
And like those movies, the evil corporate beast seeks to crush the hero.
The powers that be already tried to suppress it by giving it an R-rating, even though it is only a PG-13 movie.
Next, the godless secular press will ignore it as much or more than they did with the other spectacular abortion movie Gosnell. They will block, censor, ban, demonetize, deplatform and deboost the movie’s advertising and conversation. Just like they did Gosnell.
I would not be surprised if Planned Parenthood sues the filmmakers, even though they already sued Abby Johnson and lost. Which is a most satisfying and humorous part of the movie.
It is nothing short of a miracle that Gosnelland Unplannedcame out within a year of each other.
Be a part of that miracle, put it on your calendar, March 29 opening weekend.
2 comments on “Unplanned: A Deeply Moving Story of a Planned Parenthood Whistleblower”
What do you think about Pulpit & Pen’s criticism of the movie and Abby Johnson?
don’t people stop to think that to have planned Parenting you must have a live baby?
Feticide, prolicide, and pedicide by means of ripping body parts off can only be called barbarism that would make a Japanese doctor at Nanking most envious!