Surpassing all expectations, the recently released film that details the life and struggles of former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson as she became one of the leading pro-life advocates in America is taking the nation by storm.
“Unplanned” reached the spot of fourth most popular movie in America last weekend and that has real life Abby Johnson gracious for spreading the word about the dangers facing unborn children.
“It’s just really exciting, and just hearing all the stories of people who are going into this film pro-choice … and are walking out pro-life,” Johnson told “The Pure Flix Podcast”. “Every day I’m waking up to stories of people who are like, ‘Your film changed my mind … I can’t believe I ever supported abortion.'”
Johnson shared that the effect “Unplanned” has had on the nation is “really incredible.”
“I feel like this movie is not just a movie. It really is sort of creating a movement,” she said. “We want to get people plugged in. We want to rally around the people that are changing their minds.”
What’s more is that Johnson is hoping this new public awareness will make the job of her nonprofit, And Then There Were None, that much easier. The group helps people find a way out of the abortion industry.
“We’re trying to reach as many as we can, because we really believe that the majority of people who work in the clinics actually don’t want to be there,” Johnson said.