Lake of Fire
I can’t wait for the upcoming release of “Lake of Fire,” a controversial documentary about abortion. I actually requested a review copy from the film’s production company but was denied. My friend Fred Clarkson, who appears in the film and has seen it, posted on it at Talk2Action:
The 2 1/2-hour films takes a stark look at all sides of the issue, and includes actual footage of abortion procedures that Tony Kaye, the director, filmed himself; and jail house interviews with convicted murderers of doctors who have performed abortions — and much, much more. It took Kaye more than $6 million of his own money and more than 16 years to make. Every review I have read has found it very compelling. A longer TV version is said to be under consideration, and the Sundance Channel has purchased the rights.