149: Gosnell

Richard, David, and James were hugely honored this week as they got the opportunity to speak with Phelim McAleer, one of the producers from the new film Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer. Not only that, we were also joined by filmmaker, author, and long-time friend of the podcast Brian Godawa for the discussion! 

We chatted and picked the brain of Mr. McAleer about the film. What was it that got him first interested in the Gosnell murders and trial? What does he hope this film will accomplish, how would he like it to be remembered? What does he think of the response to the film so far – both positive and negative? 

We had a great time hearing from him in this interview episode, and we think you’ll find it interesting as well. Please, consider sharing this episode to your own social media outlets to help the film gain as much exposure as possible. It’s not often a movie makes it onto our mainstream theater screens that so clearly upholds what is essentially a biblical value – human dignity and value.

We really think the movie is a well made and important film, and we strongly encourage our listeners to make every effort to support the film by catching it in theaters. 

Learn more about the movie here

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