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Abortion portrayal

To Find a Man (film)


The platonic friendship between two high schoolers, Rosalind and Andy, is explored through the attempts to help Rosalind get an abortion. Andy borrows money from Rosalind's own father, saying it's an abortion for someone he got pregnant even though that's not true. Andy supports Rosalind through the abortion.

Keywords: Pregnancy decision, abortion funding, provider character.

Release date: May 31, 1972
Time setting: Present (1972)
Geographical setting: US (New York)
Abortion legality: Illegal
Health outcomes: None
Character age: Teen
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Production company: Rastar Films

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