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Abortion portrayal

Alison's Choice (film)

Notes:

Teenage Alison is facing an unplanned pregnancy and visits an abortion clinic. Suddenly, a janitor appears, only to reveal himself to be Jesus. The film portrays her interactions with other patients, and his attempts to convince Alison, and the other patients, not to have abortions.

There are several characters considering abortion in this film. The results below apply to the one character who obtains one.

KEYWORDS: Anti-abortion

Release date: June 27, 2015
Time setting: Present (2015)
Geographical setting: US
Abortion legality: Legal
Health outcomes: Adverse physical outcome (Blood loss; depression), Adverse psychological outcome (Blood loss; depression)
Character age: 30-39
Genre: Drama
Production company: Blacklist Digital

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