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This weekend, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer's new film opens across the United States. Gosnell stars Dean Cain, Sarah Jane Morris and Nick Searcy and tells the real-life story of the man who is almost certainly America's biggest ever mass murderer. In this return visit to The Mark Steyn Show, Ann and Phelim - bestselling authors, film-makers and theatrical producers - talk not only about the movie and visiting Kermit Gosnell in jail and having him sing Jacques Brel songs to them, but about drama drawn from climate-change trials and the Ferguson grand jury, the problems of having your actors decide they'd rather go back to waiting tables, and also the rapidly changing face of Ireland - gay, Muslim, and pro-abortion. And Phelim notes mordantly that, when you're Irish, wherever you go in the world everybody loves you - until they find out you're conservative.
This edition of The Mark Steyn Show was recorded live at sea on the inaugural Mark Steyn Cruise with an audience from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and elsewhere, and includes questions to Ann and Phelim from Steyn Club members. Click below to watch:
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There'll be more from the Mark Steyn cruise later this weekend.