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Crescendo – Added July 2020

Crescendo is a 15-minute pro-life short film which is based on a true story of a famous person in history who was nearly aborted.

While Crescendo is a short film, it packs a very powerful punch. This film takes place in Germany in the 17th century. The central character, Maria, is a young pregnant woman who struggles with her marriage. Her husband is a drunk, beats her repeatedly and cheats on her. Maria decides she doesn’t want to bring a child into a miserable world and determines she must abort her child. Things don’t go as she planned, however, and her choice changes the world.

While this is a pro-life film focusing on abortion, it’s message is even bigger. This film is about the beauty of the human person and reminds us that each of us is irreplaceable.


Review by Anne O’Meara
Photo: Movie to Movement

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