Kara, who lives in a dystopian country where abortion is illegal and the penalties are draconian for those who break the law, is desperate to get one, nevertheless, and that desperation has driven her to take risks that could get her imprisoned if not dead on a slab in an abortion clinic. She is willing to take any risk, face any peril – and she most certainly does in Director Marianne Farley’s foreboding but exquisitely made five-star edge-of-the-seat thriller. Is Dirctor Farley’s FRIMAS a prophetic foretelling of what is on America’s horizon because of TX SB8?
Important films that reflect a resounding global rallying cry: The will of the people shall not be ignored.
By Gregg W. Morris – Never forget George Floyd.
ACLU: If you’re a person of color who’s had the police called on you for inexplicable or racist reasons, share your experiences and ideas in the submission form below. We may use your story in an evolving collection that we will feature on our website
News stories with big headlines are still frequent in Milwaukee, and national stories are not unusual even now about April 30, 2014, when Dontre Hamilton, 31, black and unarmed, died in a hail of 14 bullets fired by a Milwaukee police officer, white.
Twenty-one feature documentaries and panel discussions showcasing courageous activists during challenging times. Co-presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and IFC Center June 9-18, 2017.