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Voiceless Movie Review

The discussion about Pro-choice/Pro-life is a heated battle. I was offered the opportunity to review the movie Voiceless before it's theatrical release. I was hesitant, to say the least. I didn't want to watch something that was going to be heavy on the side of trying to persuade me. While the movie was focused on the ministry of one man driven to follow his calling, the movie was really more about how one life can make an inpact. How change takes getting involved, one personal relationship at a time. As well as how doing good, doing what you believe in isn't without getting messy and how small victories can make a difference. One of my favorite comments in the movie is from the woman who runs the health clinic and she states how just wanting to help people can look so different. I think this speaks volumes about how people often view a single situation so differently, and while not said, it is important to remember that fact.

  • VOICELESS hits theaters October 7, 2016. New theaters being added daily.
Film Synopsis
Battling his own inner-demons, Jesse (Rusty Joiner: Last Ounce Of Courage, Dodgeball, “Days of Our Lives”) encounters a young, pregnant teen overcome with grief that, after an impulsive abortion, has her family blaming Jesse for more than just her final decision. Jesse’s wife Julia (Jocelyn Cruz: Strike One, This Is Our Time) must come to terms with her own choices and decide if she can support her husband as opposition mounts against him. Comedian Paul Rodriguez also stars as Virgil with James Russo as Pastor Gil.

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