About the Gosnell Movie
Gosnell is both a book and recently released movie that tells the shocking true story of the investigation and trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell – his 30 year killing spree and the political and media establishment that tried to cover it up. Who can the investigators really trust when a routine drugs investigation uncovers a scandal that goes all the way to the top?
Despite the lame-steam media’s censorship of the film, it has been reported that a woman publicly declared herself pro-life after seeing the Gosnell movie. Similarly, reviewers of the Gosnell book on Amazon are saying, “My son got this book for me on amazon prime after seeing the movie. I read the book in two sittings as I couldn’t put it down… It had many more details about the story that there was not enough time for a movie to include in an hour and a half....”
The Gosnell story is having a serious impact on the people of America, regardless of the fact that 30% of theaters have quietly and maliciously dropped this outstanding film from their rosters.
If you haven’t heard about the Gosnell movie, check out the movie trailer below and see if it’s playing in your area:
About the Filmmakers
Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney are investigative journalists, filmmakers and screenwriters. McAleer has worked as a journalist in Belfast covering the Northern Ireland conflict for The Irish News. He was a crime correspondent for the UK Sunday Times and based in Romania he was a foreign correspondent for the Financial Times and The Economist magazine. He is a regular columnist for the Irish Times and the New York Post.
Ann McElhinney has written for the Irish Times, the UK Sunday Times and produced documentaries for the BBC, CBC (Canada) and RTE (Ireland). they produced and directed the documentary FrackNation (2013).
The Gosnell movie is based on The New York Times best-selling book Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer written by producers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer. The book became especially controversial when The New York Times initially refused to feature it on its bestsellers list despite sales figures that revealed it should be on the list. The New York Times now admitted that they adjust the list as an “editorial decision”.
McAleer and McElhinney are originally from Ireland and are now living in Los Angeles. They produced and co-wrote Gosnell, a feature film starring Dean Cain (Lois & Clark) now in limited release.