October Baby: film coming in 2012

Abortion is the theme of October Baby, but hope is the message.

Based on the life of a famed pro-life activist and public speaker, October Baby is a film that examines the spiritual and psychological damage caused by abortion.

The film is due in March 2012. It is based loosely on the life of Gianna Jessen, a young American woman who survived being aborted and who still bears the scars of the procedure. Jessen travels throughout the U.S. and internationally to share her story of survival, faith and hope.

October Baby stars Rachel Hendrix, Jason Burkey and Jasmine Guy. It is directed by Jon and Andrew Erwin. 

Info: Film website

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Spero News editor Martin Barillas is a former US diplomat, who also worked as a democracy advocate and election observer in Latin America. He is also a freelance translator.

Filed under abortion, family, women, Film

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