Double-Edged Entertainment, the producer of “One Day in May,” announced a nationwide broadcast of their film. Eastern Standard Time Schedule: FamilyNet TV—Aug. 18, 2003, 7 p.m.; Aug. 19, 12 a.m.; Aug. 23, 9 p.m.; Aug. 24, 3 a.m. (EST). Check local listings.
Set in the waiting room of an abortion clinic, “One Day in May” is the story of a college senior who must overcome shame and betrayal to fight for the life of his girlfriend’s unborn baby. Winner of the award for “Most Creative Story Line” at the 3rd annual WYSIWYG Film Festival, this unique, indie drama co-stars Maria Bellantoni (“ER,” “Law & Order”), John-Paul Lavoisier (“One Life to Live”) and Chrisie Penna. Reaching more than 40 million homes in the U.S. and Canada, FamilyNet carries classic movies and tv shows as well as over 50 hours of original family-oriented programming.
Since 1973, over 43 million unborn babies have been killed through legalized abortion in the U.S. What’s more, numerous published medical studies have linked this “safe and legal procedure” to breast cancer, infertility, suicide, depression and other serious, long-term health problems, while untold numbers of women have died or been maimed.
Read our review of this excellent film. The video/DVD is available at www.2edged.com. To learn more about reasons to choose life, and answers to abortionist claims, see our Life Before Birth. section.