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Movie Review Citizen Ruth In the movie Citizen Ruth a woman named Ruth Stoops is an inhalant abusing poverty-stricken woman who constantly gets arrested The judge charges her with criminal endangerment of her fetus Thats when she finds out that shes pregnant with her fifth child and the state has already stripped her visitation rights to see her other children The judge also tells her however that if she gets an abortion theyll be more lenient with her and she wont have to stay in jail as long This angers members of a pro-life group called the Baby Savers She meets the head operator of Baby Savers Gail Stoney in jail when shes having a nervous breakdown on the floor Gail and her husband post bail and Ruth goes to live with them and their teenage daughter Cheryl and younger son Matthew There she inconveniences their family but claims to want to fix her life up for her sake and for her babys Soon theyre taking her to pro-life protests at a womans clinic but she starts huffing again and they kick her out because they find her at an alley behind the clinic huffing and beating their son They send her to live with another supposedly pro-lifer named Diane but she turns out to be an undercover pro-choice lesbian activist Along with her lover Rachel and bodyguard Harlan Diane persuades Ruth back over to believing that she can choose whatever she wants and whatever is best for the baby Baby Savers president Blaine Gibbons bribed Ruths feeble mind to come back and save her baby Harlan leveled the playing field and offered her the same amount so she wouldnt make a wrong decision for the money From then on the two sides battle for control of Ruths conscience and the baby that lives inside her for Ruths choice would be a huge political win for either side Theres a war of protests going outside
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