Lake of Fire

Not Yet Rated| 2 hr. 32 min.

Plot Summary
An unflinching documentary shot in black and white, this film focuses on the heated topic of abortion. Directed by British-born filmmaker Tony Kaye, the production depicts the heated ongoing abortion debate in America, and features graphic footage of actual medical procedures. Presenting people on both pro-choice and pro-life sides of the issue, the documentary includes interviews with philosopher and political activist Noam Chomsky, anti-abortion activist Randall Terry and numerous others.

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Genres: Documentary

Distributor: ThinkFilm

Lake of Fire (2006)

Release Date: October 3rd, 2007|2 hr. 32 min.

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  • Smart, visually appealing, and consistently engaging. show more

  • This is a brave, unflinching, sometimes virtually unwatchable documentary that makes such an effective case for both pro-choice and pro-life that it is impossible to determine which side the filmmaker, Tony Kaye, stands on. All you can conclude at the end is that both sides have effective advocates, but the pro-lifers also have some alarming people on their team. show more

  • Does find a spot closer to the middle than most. show more

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