But this G-rated road trip is only an appetizer: the film’s pièce de résistance arrives in the haunted form of Jasmine Guy, playing the clinic nurse who assisted at Hannah’s birth. Her pivotal speech, a gory portrait of fetal mutilation and maternal distress, conjures a vision of medical hackery that is clearly intended to terrify young women — and fits right in with proposed state laws that increasingly turn the screws on a woman’s dominion over her reproductive system.
The mistake pro abortion people make is that a baby is part of a woman’s reproductive system. A baby is a human being with a soul. At the moment of conception we are all separate people, entitled to our first inalienable right to life. Protection of life is moral and constitutional.
Live with it.