If you think it's fine to kill late-term babies, you'll love this movie. The viewer is encouraged to sympathize with the poor late-term abortion providers who are so misunderstood by almost everyone and persecuted for no reason. A big clue to the movie's slant is at the beginning, when it states that only four doctors "are able to" perform late-term abortions. No; only these few doctors WILL consent to do such a thing. Huge difference.
If you only saw this movie, you'd think that late-term abortions are only done to babies that have an incurable, fatal condition and will die anyway. That is not true. Most late-term abortions, according to the publications of the pro-choice Guttmacher Institute, are done for the same reasons that early-term abortions are done; very few are done because of infant anomaly. Further, no health condition exists that requires a late-term infant to be killed before he or she is delivered in order to save the life of the mother. It's a labor and delivery either way, which surprisingly the movie does acknowledge. The infant may have to be delivered immediately, but there is never a reason to kill him or her beforehand. Killing the late-term infant before delivery is actually slightly more dangerous for the mother than delivering a live infant. This scenario is extremely rare in any case.
Bottom line, this movie gives a one-sided, inaccurate and misleading spin to the topic of late-term abortion, presenting abortions in which the infant had very serious or fatal anomalies, which in truth are the very rare exceptions. It also introduces the small handful of doctors who are willing to do late-term abortions if that is your thing.