Order of Rights

March 9, 2020

SYNOPSIS

The Order of Rights is a pro-life film. The story centers around Emma Stein, a pregnant single girl who has been advised by her mother to have an abortion. Despite the objection of the child's father, Ethan Carpenter, and his promise to help her, she decides to go ahead with the procedure. When Ethan and his family file a lawsuit on behalf of the child's right to life, the drama escalates as Emma's mother, Kerri, contacts a friend in the Associated Press. Before long, the case is mired in media frenzy. The court has to decide whether the child in Emma's womb is a person or not, and if so, if it is endowed with the unalienable rights as enumerated in the Declaration of Independence. The title, "Order of Rights" refers to the order in which the categories of rights are deliberately listed in the document: Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness.

ICFF Winner Most Inspirational Film

ICFF Winner Audience Choice Trailer

Winner Kingdomwood International Film Festival

Winner Best Inspirational Film, Green Mountain Christian Film Festival

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Director

Jim Ball

Rating

NR

Screenplay

Jim Ball
Richard Cutting

Runtime

109 Minutes

Cast

Emma Elle Roberts
Ben Davies
Richard Cutting
Shannen Fields
Julie Scott
Jack Walker
Michael Joiner
Cameron Arnett
Nise Davies
Nikki Estridge
Dennis Loewer
Alveda King
Manuel Poblete
Fr. Terry Gensemer
Joseph Durbin
Francine Locke

Genre

drama
faith
family
politics

A Pro-Life Film