A recent film by a Walt Disney Company producer about partial-birth abortion has been receiving positive reviews. Jonathan Flora wrote and directed "A Distant Thunder" as an independent project outside of Disney.
Flora told MichNews.com that his 35-minute film is "a supernatural, courtroom thriller that … is generating awareness and dialogue about a topic surrounded by a great deal of misinformation and controversy."
The film has led Flora to speak at this summer’s Abstinence National Conference, meet with the White House Chief Domestic Policy Adviser, Claude Allen, congressmen and other senators, and speak before the Council for National Policy, reported MichNews.com.
Flora told MichNews.com that the film is a "healing tool" and that its length makes it perfect for church groups and classroom use and is hoping to eventually turn it into a full-length feature.
The trailer can be viewed at www.adistantthunder.com