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Abortion portrayal

Blue Jay (film)

Blue Jay
Notes:

Amanda and Jim, high school sweethearts, bump into each other in their hometown. They reminisce about old times and catch up on their lives. After sharing a kiss, we learn that Amanda's past abortion caused their breakup. Jim cries, saying that he wanted her to have the baby. Amanda cries for the first time in years.

Keywords: Past abortion. 

Release date: October 11, 2016
Time setting: Present (2016)
Geographical setting: US (California)
Abortion legality: Legal
Health outcomes: None
Character age: 30-39
Genre: Drama
Production company: Netflix

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