Category Archives: Film

Sarah's Choice

Grammy-Award-winning recording artist Rebecca St. James stars as Sarah Collins, a young woman on the rise. As a junior account executive at a major advertising agency, Sarah is poised to get it all: executive promotion, salary increase, new car, fabulous apartment and first-class travel. Theres only one thing thats going to keep her from getting it, her unborn baby.

But Sarah has a choice. Her friends and co-workers insist that she has the right to choose a path that offers a successful career and unlimited material rewards. But according to a mysterious stranger, and a series of three nocturnal visions, Sarah has another choice a choice that will not only change her life but also the lives of her loved ones now and forever.

In 1973 The United States Supreme Court struck down state laws that ban abortion, but the moral controversy surrounding the issue is far from resolved. If it is legally true that a woman can make her own private decision regarding her reproductive health, Sarahs Choice is a film that offers compelling moral reasons to choose life.

Chloe (Moving Works) - Adopcja

Przez wiele lat, Walt i Annie zmagali się z problemem niepłodności. Nadszedł jednak moment, w którym zrozumieli, jaką niezwykłą historię napisał dla nich Bóg. Historię, na którą przygotowywał ich przez ponad 20 lat ich życia.

Produkcja: Moving Works
Tłumaczenie: Agata Sławińska
Synchronizacja: Marta Drążkiewicz
Montaż polskiej wersji: Daniel Brzezina
Koordynacja: Marta Machlańska

This was such a special project for me (Walt Manis), because I got to live through it. For 5 years I’ve wanted to make Chloe’s story into a film and the opportunity came when we moved back to the states from Germany to work with Moving Works. I am so excited that God has allowed us to be part of a much bigger story than we could ever have imagined. We were blessed to have so many people around the world praying for this future child named Chloe. I am truly grateful to these people for their support and prayers and I’m excited to share this film with all of the people who had a part in it.
My hope is that this film encourages many people who have struggled with infertility, have gone through the process of waiting for a child, or are just trying to trust God for their future. God really showed us, through this process, how much He loves us and desires to be in relationship with us. He had a perfect plan to bring Chloe into this world, in His perfect timing and for His Glory. I am in awe of God’s work and I am so grateful to Him for including me in it. He has graciously allowed us to be a part of this little girl’s life and Annie and I are so excited to see what God does in her heart and through her life.

Juno


Juno is an incredibly popular movie, and its message was unintentionally prolife. It would have been rated higher on this list, except for the idea that everyone’s already seen it. We meet Juno, a pregnant teenager who runs out of an abortion clinic after hearing the words “Your baby has fingernails.” She then explores adoption for her baby, knowing that she cannot raise it at her age. It is a wonderful movie, demonstrating the importance of adoption in the prolife cause.

4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

This incredibly sad film follows two women in the USSR. One of them is pregnant with an unwanted child. The other’s goal is to help her friend obtain an illegal abortion. This film follows these women through the pain and treachery that is abortion, particularly in a place where abortion is punishable by death.

Knocked Up

This comedy follows two individuals after a one night stand, where the woman ends up pregnant. Rather than aborting, she makes the decision to keep her baby. This movie follows the father (Played by Seth Rogen) as he attempts to become a father himself. WARNING: RATED R FOR LANGUAGE AND INAPPROPRIATE SCENES.

Come What May

At what stage does life begin? This movie attempts to answer that question exactly. In it, we meet a boy named Caleb who is on his school’s debate team. He attempts to defend the prochoice position, but his opinions are changed when his mother, a real life judge, takes a case regarding parent notification laws in a state and asks Caleb’s friend to be her intern.

Revolutionary Road


This movie follows married couple Frank and April who have found themselves pregnant. April wants to have an abortion, and her desire is heightened further when she realizes that her husband is cheating on her. Due to the fact that this movie takes place in 1960, she attempts to give herself a vacuum aspiration abortion which kills her. Would she have aborted if there were any other choice?

Gimme Shelter

6 year old pregnant Apple is thrown out on the streets by her abusive mother. She runs to her father’s house, but when that arrangement is unhealthy she ends up in a homeless shelter where she sees the beauty in everyone. She finally makes friends with the other pregnant girls in the women’s shelter.