Elizabeth Banks isn’t playing a cool fixer named Jane. She is actually playing a married woman named Joy, who’s living in Chicago of 1968.

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when she finds out that her pregnancy is seriously putting her life in danger, she needs an abortion.

But abortions were illegal in the United States until the Supreme Court changed it in 19 3. Unfortunately,

CALL JANE is a two-hour-long film and Joy’s change over the course of it is honestly pushing the believability quite a bit.

CALL JANE also has a pretty nice 60es soundtrack with many songs directly highlighting or commenting on recent events.

CALL JANE comes across like a continuous success story – but you only wish that the stakes would feel bigger and more serious.

as well as other countries around the world, are dangerously moving backward and therefore movies like CALL JANE are once again very timely.

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