Gosnell: True Crime, by Tyler Smith

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  1. DL Tolleson says:

    I clearly remember the events addressed by this movie and at the time was equally surprised—and not surprised—by the dearth of media coverage. My surprise was at how such a honorific thing could have for so long gone unchecked. Not being surprised was, of course, knowing a political agenda was the underlying reason. I haven’t yet had the opportunity to see this movie, but I intend to do so.

    I’ve looked around for reviews in order to get a sense of how the movie comes across. The few reviews I’ve read as of this date seem even-handed but stilted. It is as if most of those critics have grudgingly felt that this matter and the associated political agenda have been covered without being overly demonized. (Considering the story, it would be hard to “demonize” a demon such as Gosnell, figuratively speaking.) This has made those reviews less informative than I would have liked. So, in light of that, I find this review to have been the most thorough and well thought-out.

    It isn’t often I ascribe excellent writing and analysis to a movie review. But I do so in this case. Thank you.

  2. Lexy says:

    Agree with the above. The podcast Sword snd Scale covers this case in depth, and with appropriate horror, without a political agenda. Exceptional in this age

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