BornAliveTruth.org is pleased to announce its first post-election project: co-hosting with Operation Rescue the premiere of 22Weeks, a movie telling the true story of a baby aborted alive in an Orlando abortion mill in 2005.
You are invited to attend a FREE screening of this 30-minute short film in Washington, D.C. on January 21, the evening before the March for Life.
22Weeks will be shown at the Union Station Phoenix Theatre (50 Massachusetts Ave. NE). Groups are welcome (high school age and up recommended). Showtimes: 5p, 6:30p, 8p.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations. Seating is limited.
After each screening the director of 22Weeks and the mother portrayed in the film will be available for Q&A….
22Weeks tells the true story of a young woman locked in the bathroom of an abortion clinic after her aborted baby was born alive. It’s a film about decisions and the echoes they leave behind. The film includes the reenactment of an actual 911 call. 22Weeks confronts the outer reaches of one of the most controversial subjects of our time. It places the viewer on both sides of the spectrum and asks the chilling question, “What would you do?”
Alejandro Monteverde, director of the movie Bella, called
22Weeks “one of the most disturbing stories I’ve ever come across.”
22Weeks teaser, asking “What would you do?” Warning, graphic…
Donate $50 or more to BornAliveTruth.org to help us finance the premiere of 22Weeks and receive a newly released dvd of the movie! Donate at our website, BornAliveTruth.org.
22Weeks will also be screened free in 2 other US cities, Orlando and Wichita. Info:
January 20, 7p
3370 Snowhill Rd., Chuluota, FL 32766
January 22, 6:30p (immediately following a candlelight vigil beginning at 5:30 at Tiller’s abortion mill)
Operation Rescue National Headquarters
3013 E. Central Ave., Wichita, KS 67214
Visit the 22Weeks website.