Movie review by Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 17+

Very graphic content in faith-based abortion biopic.

R 2019 106 minutes

Parents say

age 13+

Based on 99 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 40 reviews

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age 12+

Sad but needs to be seen. Also hopeful and forgiving toward post abortive women

Any child capable of becoming pregnant or making someone else pregnant needs to this this. Younger children with parents or guardians who can explain and be there for comfort though. It is an unimaginably difficult think for a young person to comprehend...as it should. As a post-abortive woman I can say it is realistic , very heart breaking, but necessary. Abortion hurts us women-it does not empower us in the least. It shows the lies we are told to convince us it's the best choice....get back to your normal life quickly. Please tell me...after 35 years....WHEN will I get back to that normal life. Cause it hasn't happened and I WISH I GO BACK IN TIME AND PROTECT MY BABY and MYSELF! Focus on preventing pregnancy. Don't butcher innocent babies at any age. Big time Karma......

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