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Dr. Susan Robinson, at her Albuquerque, N.Mex., clinit, in a scene from the documentary "After Tiller," an examination of the abortion issue. Courtesy Sundance Institute
Sundance photos: Abortion documentary ‘After Tiller’
Red-carpet premiere » The movie is screening in the U.S. Documentary competition.
First Published Jan 21 2013 09:09 am • Last Updated Jan 21 2013 09:09 am

The documentary’s premiere screening was at the Temple Theatre in Park City on Friday, Jan. 18. The movie was written and directed by Martha Shane and Lana Wilson, with writer Greg O’Toole.

It focuses on the only four American doctors who continue to provide third-trimester abortions after the assassination of Dr. George Tiller in 2009.

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