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‘Unpregnant’ Director and Stars Discuss Making a Comedy About Abortion

‘Unpregnant’ Director and Stars Discuss Making a Comedy About Abortion

6/2/2021 5:00:00 AM

‘Unpregnant’ Director and Stars Discuss Making a Comedy About Abortion

To tackle abortion through the lens of a road trip comedy required a sense of grace and wit from the cast and crew of “Unpregnant.” In finding this balance, director and co-writer Rache…

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hbomax Except you all keep overlooking the fact more Americans identify as pro-life despite people like Rachel covering up the truth about abortion...I think it's time the entertainment industry needs to drop the abortion lobby. Yeah, you can't make abortion funny. AKA Red Meat for Festival Circuit. A comedy? what's funny about the abortion?

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