Mar 20, 2023
Seeing and Believing October Bonus | Blonde
In this bonus episode, Sarah and Kevin review Andrew Dominik’s Blonde, which adapts Joyce Carol Oates’ 2000 novel of the same name.
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Why did your discussion ignore the graphic depictions of abortion and the fetuses – even one who spoke? Several times the film acknowledged that the preborn are fully human – not just a blob of cells. It also depicted the fact that there is an emotional
bond between the mother and her preborn child that does not disappear in the abortionists bucket. For this, I think it is an important movie and you talked all around it.
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