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Randall Terry, Right to Life Leader, to Speak at Pleasantville, New York Screening of Controversial Abortion Film 'Lake of Fire' by Director Tony Kaye

News Conference: October 25, 4:30 PM


Contact: Stephen Jaffe, 310-275-7327, for Randall Terry


PLEASANTVILLE, New York, Oct. 24 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Lake of Fire", award-winning director Tony Kaye's highly controversial documentary about abortion has earned the support of pro-life leader, Randall Terry, who has called for a nationwide prayer vigil at all U.S. theaters as the film opens across the U.S. this week.  Terry will hold a news conference at the Jacob Burns Film Center on Thursday, October 25 at 4:30 P.M. (ET) regarding the substance of the film and his involvement with it. The film will be shown at 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM Thursday night. Hundreds of pro-choice groups have demanded that the film's scene of an actual third-trimester abortion be pulled from the website "You Tube".


"Lake of Fire" News Conference Details ---


When:  Thursday, October 25, 4:30 P.M. (ET)


Where:  Jacob Burns Film Center, 364 Manville Rd, Pleasantville, NY


Who:  Randall Terry, founder of Operation Rescue


Terry, one of the nation's most recognized leaders in the pro-life movement, says: "'Lake of Fire,' the film by Tony Kaye, is not just an extraordinary documentary.  It is the single most important film about abortion ever made.  Kaye has created the first legitimate debate on the subject of abortion since the Roe v. Wade decision.  The film is gruesome, compelling, shocking, powerful, horrifying and will definitely change people's minds. Make no mistake, Kaye presents the 'Pro-Choice' people with ample time to make their case but what they say is vaporized by the substance of the film and particularly the sight of a dead, unborn baby, who was murdered by a doctor which you will see in the film." 


Kaye, who directed "American History X", spent 15 years making this "Lake of Fire" which critics have said "stands unquestionably as the definitive work on the ever-dividing issue of abortion. 'Lake of Fire' probes into the complexities of abortion providing both sides of the issue with historical and moral credibility. It is measured, intelligent and suitably objective, regardless of one's own position."


View "Lake of Fire" trailer: http://movies.go.com/trailer?cid=918562&vid=918563