Well, I LOVE movies about making a difference in people's lives. So, I forced myself to watch it to the end and three stars minimum for anything that promotes doing good in the world. But OMG, the main character was so difficult to watch. The lines and the whole "wealthy white/American privilege" thing, so hard to get through. I liked the British character for the most part. And the husband not supporting the mother to actually try and make a positive difference out of a tragedy. She wasn't doing anything else anyway. He was the only one working, apparently. So don't even see how it would have "imposed" on their time. That wasn't believable as she had all day while he was at work to do whatever. In addition to that, the saddest part of the movie for me, besides the statistics of how many people die of malaria each year, was the moment where the main character has taken her son to another country to homeschool him, in order to supposedly bond with him more and not be so distanced as a family. And, the first night her son is scared to sleep by himself and asks if he can sleep in her room, and instead of seeing this right away as her opportunity to be closer to him, the first response is "what's wrong with your room?" That right there is the problem with parenting in the western cultures - where there is so much money for everyone to have their own room, but no real intimacy with their own family members. Children are not automatically welcomed to be near their parents adn comforted when they make the difficult decision to let their parents know they are afraid and need connection. She even follows it up with "Well, just this ONCE". Groan. And then the parents wonder why there is a barrier between them and their children??? I also wonder would the response have been different if the child had been female? Boys are children too, and get scared like everyone else. Geez. When will we stop this forcing young boys to deny their feelings and "tough it out"? And then when she allows him to be in the same room with her - voila! Amazing, fun, intimate and bonding time together. What a shocker. Only to a western culture family, would that be like a "thing". Double groan. Why is that not a no brainer? More time in proxmity - more time to bond. Duh. Overall, there are better do-good movies to watch for sure. But, it does teach you a lot about malaria.