LifeSite News reports that Elisabeth Moss, a winner of two Emmy Awards for "Handmaid's Tale," is set to star in a new movie, "Call Jane." According to reports, the movie is an "abortion drama."
Apparently, the movie is meant to glorify a group of 1960s suburban women who, according to LifeSite, provided abortions to women when the practice was illegal.
Moreover, it "presents a romantic vision of the quest for the normalization of abortion."
Set in Chicago during a time before the Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade, the movie is about Jane Collective, the underground network of women who provided illegal abortions. Indeed, this secret organization conducted thousands of abortion during its brief existence. The network was founded in 1969 in Hyde Park. The women were eventually arrested a couple years later and indicted by a grand jury, but were spared a trial by the Supreme Court's legalization of abortion in 1973.
"The movie will, no doubt, portray these women as heroes," writes LifeSite.
Vanity Fair, in an article titled "Elizabeth Moss's One-Woman Journey to Destroy The Patriarchy Continues," writes, "Praise be, her next project is tackling abortion rights."
Call Jane is called an abortion drama because "it recounts the story of a group of women who come together to provide 'safe abortions' during an era when abortion was still illegal."
Moss is also a believer in Scientology.
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