The movie about Kermit Gosnell, the late-term abortionist in Philadelphia who went to prison after being convicted of the murder of three babies, briefly cracked the Top 10 at the U.S. box office but also continues to face what its producers call censorship.
“We have been banned, blocked, and attacked,” Phelim McAleer, who co-produced “Gosnell: The Trial of Americas Biggest Serial Killer” with his wife, Ann McElhinney, said in a statement Friday to The Daily Signal.
“The mainstream media refused to review the film despite a national release of a movie about a subject [abortion] that is a major political issue,” McAleer said. “NPR refused our advertising, Facebook has blocked our ads, and theaters yanked our film, even though it was a success.”
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