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Gosnell: Plugged In Movie Review

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Rated PG-13
This dramatization of the trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell is a brutally hard movie to watch, the kind of story that stays with you. It’s a film you can’t unsee, one that may very well change the way some viewers understand the tragedy of abortion.

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  1. A good review. I saw "Gosnell" already, and it is worth seeing, since it tackles the issue of the horrors caused by abortions, in a very open and honest way, primarily through the initial police investigation of Kermit Barron Gosnell, and then his courtroom trial, which followed. For more information, please see the links below:

    The Movie Script was based on the New York Times Bestselling Book— "Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer."

    "GOSNELL: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer" (2018)




    http://gosnellmovie.com/
    http://gosnellmovie.com/about
    http://gosnellmovie.com/cast/
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3722234/

  2. Kermit Gosnell is portrayed as a narcissist and also as being callous. These traits in this drama, no matter how accurate to reality; do conveniently serve the depiction of this man as a monster. Surely he deserved to be locked up or maybe even executed for his henious crimes against defenceless babies? Hang on here !!!

    Have we also conveniently forgotten the graphic testimony in this case of a 'respectable' abortionist, who uses a long hyperdermic to lethally euthenise by injection, or forceps to forcibly extract, the as-yet unborn babies? Are we to believe her account of 'comfort care' of a living aborted baby, is any more humane than the convicted's preferred method of despatch (cutting the babie's spinal cord with scissors)?

    Make no mistake, we are talking here about killing living babies. It's surely a grisly and terrible business, and not fit work for anyone overly sentimental or sensitive.
    This movie does raise important questions about a reality in our lives that maybe we don't want to face properly. But it does so by throwing Kermit Gosnell under the bus, and that surely, can never be right.

    The movie graphically depicts the appauiling squalor of his practice. Untrained staff were administering medical procedures. But the failure of this movie to properly examine and explain the facts about what it costs to run an abortion clinic properly, with trained personnell, and what women would have to pay for services of this standard; is catastrophic.

    Watch the movie because this 'death over life' tragedy is not going away, but don't be fooled.
    Neither the case to try Kermit Gosnell, nor the case for all women to have access to affordable and safe abortion services; receive justice here.

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