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Abortion portrayal

Unpregnant (film)


17-year-old Brown University-bound Victoria finds out she's pregnant. Because she lives in Missouri, where there is a parental consent law, she decides to travel out of state to New Mexico to obtain an abortion. The only person she decides to tell is her former best friend Bailey. They road trip together, rehasing their friend break up and rediscovering their bond. Veronica gets the abortion. 

Keywords: Pregnancy decision, parental consent, provider.

Release date: September 10, 2020
Time setting: Present (2020)
Geographical setting: US (Missouri)
Abortion legality: Legal
Health outcomes: None
Character age: Teen
Genre: Comedy, Comedy-drama, Drama
Production company: HBO

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