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Abortion portrayal

What Goes Up (film)


Set in the 1980s, a reporter covers the Challenger Space Shuttle launch and gets involved in the lives of local teenagers. One of the teenagers gets an abortion, and a friend accompanies her.

Keywords: Pregnancy decision.

Release date: May 29, 2009
Time setting: Past (1986)
Geographical setting: US (New Hampshire)
Abortion legality: Legal
Health outcomes: None
Character age: Teen
Genre: Drama
Production company: Nasser Entertainment Group

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