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Abortion portrayal

Saint Frances (film)

Saint Francis

Bridget, a 30-something aspiring writer, is disappointed that her writing hasn't gone anywhere. She decides to switch from waitressing to nannying, and gets a summer job babysitting Frances, the daughter of a biracial lesbian couple in the suburbs of Chicago. During the course of the movie, Bridget has an unexpected pregnancy and decides to have an abortion. Her boyfriend, Jace, tries to talk her through other options, but is ultimately supportive of her decision. 

Keywords: Pregnancy decision.

Release date: February 28, 2020
Time setting: Present (2020)
Geographical setting: US (Illinois)
Abortion legality: Legal
Health outcomes: None (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9016016/)
Character age: 30-39
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Production company: Runaway Train

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