Director, Actors and Crew Members Quit ‘Roe v. Wade’ Film After Finding Out it Isn’t Pro-Abortion

The production team behind the upcoming movie ‘Roe v. Wade’ are facing an uphill battle as crew members, actors, locations and even the director have backed out when they realized it isn’t going to be pro-abortion.

Despite the challenges, production partners Cathy Allyn and Nick Loeb are determined to continue and finish their historic feature film.

The feature film began filming on June 15, and has already had to replace three local actors and various crew members.

Loeb told the Hollywood Reporter that last week a woman wearing a headset approached and asked: “Are you the director?”

“When I told her I was, she told me to go f-ck myself,” Loeb recalls. “Then she threw her headset on the ground and walked off. I found out later she was our electrician.”

The production team has been working under a secret fake name to avoid locations backing out, but still, at Louisiana State University Loeb says, “we were told we were rejected due to our content, even though it will be a PG-rated film. They refused to put it in writing, but they told us on the phone it was due to content.”