Back in April, we wrote here about a trio of brave and persistent film-makers who were attempting to raise $2.1 million to make a movie about the convicted mass-murdering abortionist Kermit Gosnell. Since Kickstarter was unwilling to allow them to use that crowd-funding source, Ann McElhinny, Phelim McAleer and Magdalena Segieda went to Indiegogo, and they were wildly successful, raising a record $2.24 million, the most ever raised for a film via Indiegogo!
Yesterday, they announced some very exciting news, and readers of ‘Two Heads…‘ will be especially pleased, I’m sure:
Andrew Klavan has been signed to write the screenplay for the movie.
Choose Life: “Darby’s Story”
First of all, we were alerted to this by our wonderful friend & blogger-in-arms James (aka “Biltrix“).
With all of the gifts which our society has, there is no gift greater than that of life itself. Likewise, there’s no gift which we treat so cavalierly. Rather than viewing all life with awe and gratitude, too often it is greeted with revulsion, apathy or outright disdain.
In a nation where people have become insensitive to the plight of others to an almost absurd degree, where 17 states fund all or most “medically necessary” abortions, where men like Kermit Gosnell practice their trade for years with impunity, where 90% of Down Syndrome babies are killed in the womb, where infanticide is an actual practice, …we need as many stories like this video (included below) to be seen as possible.
It’s very short yet tremendously powerful.
Please: share it with everyone you can.
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