Director David Kinsella explains purpose of documentary “Killing Girls”
“Killing Girls” to be completed by Christmas this year; Kinsella presents facts to let audience make their own decision
Yesterday, I wrote about a new documentary film entitled (WARNING EXPLICIT CONTENT:) “Killing Girls”, which is about a late term abortion department in Russia for teenage girls and is in production for release in 2008. David Kinsella, an award winning photographer and filmmaker, is the director/photographer of “Killing Girls.” I could not find a release date for the film and wanted to learn more about the film itself.
Kinsella, who is on his way to Romania to edit “Killing Girls”, responded to my query, explaining, “The film will be completed by Christmas. The film brings us into the whole history of abortion in Russia, with the main focus on a speciallate term clinic for teenagers, these girls are as young as 12 and abort over 18 weeks to in some cases way over 7 1/2 months. I am not making a pro life or pro choice film, I am showing the facts and letting the audience decide. but yet again this is not easy to finance, this is why it is taking time to finish.”
One of my regular commenters at Catholic Fire, Christina at Real Choice, shared this view about the situation in Russia: “Start with Godless communism, let it collapse and ferment, and add a dose of good solid western materialism, and you get this. Time to quote Ogden Nash: ‘There has been a lot of progress during my lifetime, but I’m afraid it’s heading in the wrong direction’.”
The concern I have is, ” If this can happen in Russia, it is also possible that in the not so distant future, it could happen (80% of women having 2 – 8 abortions in their lifetime, girls as young as 12 having abortions up to eight months) in this country if atheism, secularism, materialism, and modernism continue to grow and flourish as they have been?” (View the WARNING EXPLICIT CONTENT:trailer at Youtube first before responding.)
Cross-posted at Catholic Media Review.