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Mrs. Sensei and I just returned from watching the Gosnell movie. We both left the theater thinking the same thing: The movie was like a competent made-for-television movie. It wasn't great, but not quite bad either. The fact that what was portrayed in the movie actually happened is what made the film somewhat interesting. The characters are under-developed, the performances uneven, the writing and directing pedestrian. Gosnell's rationalizations are mentioned but not examined. But the film doesn't let the viewer escape the horror of what Gosnell was doing. This subject matter could make a great film in the hands of more seasoned writers and directors. Gosnell packs a slap rather than a punch unfortunately.

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