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Lake of Fire is a american film of genre Documentary directed by Tony Kaye released in USA on 3 october 2007

Lake of Fire (2006)

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Lake of Fire is a 2006 documentary film directed by Tony Kaye that graphically depicts abortion in the United States. It features Noam Chomsky, Peter Singer, Alan Dershowitz, Nat Hentoff and Randall Terry.

The documentary was filmed entirely in black and white. It opened in September 2006 in Toronto.
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