Voiceless Takes on the Pro-life vs Pro-choice Debate

VoicelessVOICELESS is a new limited release film opening in theaters October 7, 2016. The film takes on the controversial pro-life vs pro-choice debate with a story that is meant to open a conversation rather than alienate. Writer/director Pat Necerato presents a story that remain true to his convictions, yet with a compassion that is often lacking with any discussion on this topic. conviction and compassion, and presents that the true choice is one the church must make. Necerato and Migdon have walked a fine line with making an impactful film that doesn’t alienate, but rather, starts a conversation. The film has been praised by pro-life and pro-choice viewers. The winner of multiple awards, Voiceless has been honored as Northeast Film Festival’s Best Feature and People’s Choice for Best Feature Film and Best Feature Film from the California Independent Film Festival.

Jesse Dean (Rusty Joiner: Last Ounce of Courage, Dodgeball, Days of Our Lives), a recently discharged soldier and his wife, wife Julia (Jocelyn Cruz: Strike One, This Is Our Time), move to Philadelphia when he takes a job as the outreach leader in a church in Julia’s old neighborhood. attended before their marriage. Jesse quickly connects with the community, but the presence of an abortion clinic across the street from the church troubles him. Conversations with potential clients of the clinic prod him  into taking a great action than merely advising women to reconsider while offering no alternative solutions. Despite opposition from his wife, the church, and the families of the women he counsels, Jesse feel compelled to be a voice for the voiceless and to put action and solutions to his convictions.

Comedian Paul Rodriguez also stars as Virgil with James Russo as Pastor Gil. Executive producers are Stuart Migdon, Jason Jones, Chris Cates, and Joe Baker. Voiceless is rated PG-13 for thematic material and some violence. For more information, visit their website: Voicelessthemovie.com