So, I know I owe you a spotlight post, since I did just say I had on scheduled, but I’m on my way home from the Atlanta Faith and Film breakfast club where renowned casting director, Mark Fincannon, was speaking, and naturally I’m not loving the idea of typing out a whole spotlight post on this tiny little MacBook while I carpool home with travel buddies. That being said, I have something to entertain you while you wait for the epic posts to come …

180 Movie

Okay, so who of you have heard of the documentarian Ray Comfort? Well, if you haven’t, he’s a very interesting man to listen to. He presents very controversial questions in a creative, intelligent way that makes you question your views. Below is the synopsis of the short, 30-minute movie, and I’m almost afraid to tell you what it’s about, because the second you hear it, you’ll go: “Are you kidding me? Another one of these?” But trust me, no matter the side you lean to, you’ll want to watch this video. Absolutely thought provoking.

Abortion! Is it a woman’s choice? Or is it murder?

“180” has been called a half-hour of “video adrenaline,” an “emotional rollercoaster,” and “mind-blowing.” This riveting, award-winning documentary carries a unique message in which you will see eight people change their minds in a matter of seconds…because they were asked one question.

180 will challenge your ideals, absolutely. And if you don’t want to be challenged and are firm in your beliefs when it comes to abortion, then I suggest you watch it not to change your beliefs pro-life vs. pro-choice, but rather to see the unbelievable answers some of these young college students give these days.

Hint: Who here knows who Adolf Hitler was? … I’d hope all of you.

Seriously, this is a crazy interesting video. I’ve already watched it, like, five times.

Now, I will warn you! This short film contains graphic content regarding the event of the Holocaust. Viewer discretion is advised.

Stay tuned because later on, I’m going to post that spotlight I’ve been ranting about!

Later, babes!

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