10.0
  • 很差
  • 较差
  • 还行
  • 推荐
  • 力荐
 分享

剧情介绍

  Ever since Roe v. Wade, the United States has been deeply divided on the issue of abortion. In that landmark case, an unmarried pregnant woman was refused an abortion in Texas and, with the ensuing judicial challenge, won American women the right to safe, legal abortions. Ever since, proponents and opponents have lined up on either side of the issue, launching verbal abuse - and worse - at each other. As the religious right has increased in size and power in the past decade, the issue has become even more divisive - and violent.  Filmmaker Tony Kaye, best known for "American History X," has been working on "Lake of Fire" for the past fifteen years and has made a film that is unquestionably the definitive work on the subject of abortion. Shot in luminous black and white, which is in fact an endless palette of grays, the film has the perfect esthetic for a subject where there can be no absolutes, no 'right' or 'wrong.' He gives equal time to both sides, covering arguments from either extremes of the spectrum, as well as those at the center, who acknowledge that, in the end, everyone is 'right' - or 'wrong.'  With graphic images of termination procedures and their aftermath, Kaye endeavors to show abortion's physical and psychological reality - to make clear what exactly is at stake. "Lake of Fire" - the film's title comes from one person's description of what awaits abortionists in hell - is a brave film, even a monumental one. And whatever you believe now, you are certain to think differently after seeing it.  展开全部

我要评分

给【地狱之火】打分
  • 很差
  • 较差
  • 还行
  • 推荐
  • 力荐
 当前资源由bjm3u8提供 - 在线播放,无需安装播放器
 当前资源由6号线路提供 - 无需安装任何插件
 当前资源由1号线路提供 - 无需安装任何插件

相关推荐

本站只提供WEB页面服务,本站不存储、不制作任何视频,不承担任何由于内容的合法性及健康性所引起的争议和法律责任。

若本站收录内容侵犯您的权益,请附说明联系邮箱,提供链接,标题标明侵权,本站将第一时间处理。

© 2021 www.qm616.com  E-Mail:qimao.movie@gmail.com  

观看记录