There are two stars in the trailer for Call Jane: Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver. The Academy Award-nominated director of Carol, Phyllis Nagy, brought to life a true story in Call Jane. The film Call Jane takes place in 1968 Chicago when a woman suffering from pregnancy complications joins the Jane Collective, a group that aims to provide safe abortions for women.
Kate Mara, Wunmi Mosaku, Chris Messina, and Cory Michael Smith also star in the film. Call Jane’s trailer was shared on YouTube by Roadside Flix, highlighting the struggle for women’s rights.
Joy, Banks’ character, devotes herself to the cause after the Jane Collective helps her, which stirs trouble with the police and causes unrest within her family. Despite Call Jane’s 1968 setting, the themes and struggles for women’s rights feel as relevant as ever. As a result of the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v.
Wade, setting women’s rights back by decades, Call Jane continues to strike as relevant today. Using real-life stories, the film aims to inform and impact the current generation about the Jane Collective and all that they did. A debut screening of Call Jane is scheduled for October 28 for those who were touched by the trailer.
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