thinkfilm | Release Date: October 3, 2007
Summary: Filmmaker Tony Kaye, best known for “American History X,” has been working on Lake of Fire for the past fifteen years and has made a film that is unquestionably the definitive work on the subject of abortion. Shot in luminous black and white, which is in fact an endless palette of grays, the film has the perfect aesthetic for a subject where there can be no absolutes, no ‘right’ or ‘wrong.’ He gives equal time to both sides, covering arguments from either extremes of the spectrum, as well as those at the center, who acknowledge that, in the end, everyone is ‘right’ – or ‘wrong.’ (THINKFilm)


Runtime: 152 min
Rating: Unrated
Production: Anonymous Content
Genres: Documentary
Country: USA
Language: English
Home Release Date: Mar 11, 2008
Director Credit
Tony Kaye Director
Writer Credit
Tony Kaye Screenplay
Principal Cast Credit
Noam Chomsky Himself
Cast Credit
Alan M. Dershowitz Himself
Bill Baird Himself
Dallas Blanchard Himself
Douglas Kmiec Himself
Dr. John Britton Himself
Emily Lyons Herself
Flip Benham Himself
Frances Kissling Herself
Frederick Clarkson Himself
Michael F. Griffin Himself
Nat Hentoff Himself
Pat Buchanan Himself
Paul Hill Himself
Roger Hunt Himself
Producer Credit
Billy Romary Associate Producer
David Kanter Co-Executive Producer
Lenny Beckerman Co-Executive Producer
Steve Golin Co-Executive Producer
Tony Kaye Producer
Yan Lin Kaye Executive Producer