16 October 2008

Sea of Love

If you're feeling bold, strong-willed and certain of your personal stance on the legalities of abortion, then I might recommend watching Lake of Fire.

Writer and director Tony Kaye (director: American History X) did a fantastic job of presenting a balanced look at multiple viewpoints surrounding such a controversial subject. Everyone from the radical Christians to the radical feminists and from Pat Buchanan to Noam Chomsky lend their voice and opinions about this topic. Even Jane Roe, herself, Norma McCorvey, had her amazing story told in a fairly objective light.

Again, this is not for the faint of heart and is definitely not the feel-good documentary of the year, but it wonderfully carries the viewer down a tough road of controversy, faith, and constitutional right. Proceed with caution.


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