I just checked my local area. This movie is showing in one theater a couple towns away, but only once a day. I never heard of it before now, and probably many of you haven't either. Thus, this topic. I plan on seeing it this weekend. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opin...?utm_term=.511854a12374&wpisrc=nl_most&wpmm=1 The film tells the true story of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood “employee of the year” turned pro-life activist. Over eight years, Johnson rose through the Planned Parenthood ranks from volunteer escort, to counselor to one of the youngest clinic directors in the country. But everything changed one day, when she was asked to assist in the ultrasound-guided abortion of a 13-week-old child — a moment captured in the movie’s opening scene. As she administered the sonogram, Johnson heard a beating heart and saw a human life. “I could easily see its head, arms, and legs,” she says. Then she watched in horror as the doctor inserted the suction tube. “The baby jumped away from it but it was all for naught. The abortionist turned on the suction and I saw that baby get sucked apart right in front of me on the screen and inches from the probe I was holding.” She quit Planned Parenthood and joined the pro-life activists praying outside the gates of her old clinic which, thanks in part to her efforts, eventually closed.