Pure Flix has released the trailer for “Unplanned,” a film chronicling how former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson departed her job in the abortion industry and became an advocate for the unborn.
The film company, which is also behind the popular “God’s Not Dead” movies, announced it will release the highly-anticipated movie on 800 screens on March 29, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The trailer for the film depicts the powerful moment Johnson, played by Ashley Bratcher, renounces Planned Parenthood after watching an abortion on an ultrasound.
“I saw it, it was like twisting and fighting for its life,” she tearfully says in the clip. “Twenty-two thousand abortions. How do I even comprehend that?”
When Johnson is warned not to defy Planned Parenthood, “one of the most powerful organizations on the planet,” she declares: “I can’t be a part of this anymore. Everything they told us is a lie.”
After spending eight years working at Planned Parenthood in Bryan, Texas, Johnson resigned and today heads the group, And Then There Were None, a nonprofit organization that assists other ex-Planned Parenthood employees and abortion clinic staffers who’ve decided to leave the world of abortion as she once did.
Johnson previously told The Christian Post that while working at Planned Parenthood, she never once heard a story of a woman who regretted having an abortion — because even the women who came back in for repeat procedures would tell them how thankful they were.
Johnson said she also didn’t know there were women speaking out about how their abortions harmed them and explained that most Planned Parenthood employees, like the abortion giant’s ex-president, Cecile Richards, genuinely believe they are helping women.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leah MarieAnn Klett