A journey of compassion to apartheid South Africa reveals reasons for an aspiring multidisciplinary artist’s deep-rooted fear of rejection. Upon returning to Canada, John finds out his mother took morning-after pills around the time of his conception in 1967. This personal narrative, produced over the last nine years together with his wife Gaetanne, includes John’s original music and spoken word, and takes an eye-opening, two-hour glimpse into his relentless, twenty-year journey through the abortion debate.
Many key people on opposite sides of the issue, and the Canada/U.S. border, openly share their views and personal experience with abortion. Throughout we hear from some of the 2000 Canadian men and women who gave their opinion on abortion during John's cross country random video poll 'A' Word on the Street.
The film is less about what abortion is and more about why abortion is, and exists to encourage people to rise above the debate and to respectfully listen to and learn from each other.
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