Group of filmmakers attempts to manipulate the public into believing abortion is “necessary”

In the Post-Roe world, misinformation is being used as a weapon by the Abortion Lobby to confuse Americans.

The pro-abortion mob continues to push anti-life propaganda in hopes of winning people over to their side.

And now, a group of filmmakers has gone as far as to manipulate the public through a movie purporting abortion is “necessary.”

While pro-abortion advocates are attempting to stop scientific films about when life begins from being shown at schools, the same groups are promoting a film that does the exact opposite. 

A recently released short film titled “Red, White, and Blue” has left audiences stunned, including a twist that is meant to turn people towards abortion. 

Directed by Nazrin Choudhry and starring Brittany Snow, the film aims to explore the repercussions of the 2022 Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, highlighting the supposed hardships they cause women.

While the creators insist the film is not political, its portrayal of the human impact of pro-life laws has ignited controversy among pro-life Americans.

The narrative follows the life of Rachel, a single mother working as a waitress to support her two children in the pro-life state of Arkansas. 

At the film’s outset, it appears Rachel is seeking an abortion for herself, but a shocking revelation in the closing moments exposes the harsh reality — it is her pre-teen daughter who has become pregnant due to rape.

Choudhry explains the film’s inspiration, saying, “I want to tell a story about the real-world repercussions arising from that decision.” 

Both Snow and Choudhry emphasize that the film transcends political boundaries, presenting abortion as a human rights issue. 

However, the pro-life community argues that the real human rights violation lies in the act of abortion itself.

And the film takes a very, very slim (albeit heartbreaking) minority – abortion in the case of the rape of a minor – and tries to turn it into an argument that abortion should be available across the board. 

Brittany Snow notes that the film’s twist aims to shift perspectives, prompting viewers to reconsider their initial judgments. 

But the twist is emotional manipulation – using one tragic case to promote the entirety of a morally reprehensible industry. 

The revelation of the daughter’s sexual assault adds a layer of complexity to the narrative, but pro-life advocates argue that the film’s underlying message fails to address the root issue — that abortion cannot undo the trauma of rape and only creates another innocent victim.

Survivors of sexual assault who chose life for their children, like Serena and Lianna Rebolledo, emphasize that abortion did not erase the trauma they experienced. 

Serena, who underwent an abortion at the age of 13, acknowledges the enduring impact of the trauma, while Lianna Rebolledo, a rape survivor who chose life for her daughter, attests to the healing power of embracing motherhood.

Choudhry, drawing from her own abortion history, expresses the film’s intention in an interview, stating, “These are all the reasons why someone could need and want this (abortion), and here’s another added reason.” 

The film attempts to challenge the audience’s perspectives on abortion, urging them to consider the various circumstances that might lead someone to seek it.

However, for pro-life Americans, the core message remains clear — the ending of innocent human lives cannot be justified under any circumstances. 

The film’s attempt to humanize abortion fails to address the fundamental moral issue at hand and sidesteps the profound impact that choosing life can have on both the mother and the unborn child.

In a society where abortion remains a deeply divisive issue, “Red, White, and Blue” adds a new layer to the ongoing debate. 

Pro-life advocates argue that real solutions lie in supporting women and addressing the root causes of trauma, rather than resorting to the irreversible act of abortion. 

The film, intentionally or not, has reignited discussions about the sanctity of life and the complexities surrounding abortion, leaving audiences with a profound question — can the ending of one life truly bring healing from the traumas of another?

Pro-lifers know the answer. 

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.