The movie Planned Parenthood doesn't want you to see
This article originally appeared in this issue of the WSR: 2019-03-06

The story of Abby Johnson is quite well known in many pro-life circles. She began as a volunteer at Planned Parenthood’s facility in Bryan-College Station, Texas. She rose through the ranks and eventually became the youngest clinic director of any Planned Parenthood clinic. She spent years in that position, overseeing thousands of abortions, until, one day, she actually was in the room assisting in an ultrasound-guided abortion when God reached out and converted her.

Abby Johnson quit her job and walked down the street to join the Coalition for Life. Planned Parenthood was so upset by her sudden departure that they publicly threatened lawsuits if she disclosed any information about Planned Parenthood’s operations. Her dramatic change of heart, plus Planned Parenthood’s actions, became a national news story. Abby was thrust into the limelight. 

Abby wrote a book, UNPLANNED, that told her story and she began speaking across the country. She began an organization, And Then There Were None, which is dedicated to getting other people out of the abortion industry. 

Now, Abby’s book has been made into a major motion picture—a film written and directed by God's Not Dead writers, Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon, based on the autobiographical book of the same name by Abby Johnson. The film stars Ashley Bratcher, Brooks Ryan, Robia Scott, Jared Lotz, and Emma Elle Roberts, and is scheduled for release by Pure Flix

The planned release date is March 29, 2019.  

In preparation for the release, Abby sent a special trailer to American Life League. We encourage you to click on the link and watch the three-minute trailer.

Planned Parenthood was scared when Abby left, upset at the popularity of her book, and is now hoping that you will stay away from UNPLANNED, the film. Make Planned Parenthood upset—go see UNPLANNED.