The Business of Being Born

The Business of Being Born

Director Abby Epstein's controversial documentary takes a hard look at America's maternity care system, juxtaposing hospital deliveries against the growing popularity of at-home, natural childbirths that some expectant parents are opting for. Former talk show host Ricki Lake was inspired to produce this compelling exposé after a dissatisfying birthing experience with her first child left her with many unanswered questions.

Birth: it's a miracle. A rite of passage. A natural part of life. But more than anything, birth is a business. Compelled to find answers after a disappointing birth experience with her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Business of Being Born torrent reviews

Nestor A (jp) wrote: Normally, I like minimalist art, but this was a bit too minimal. If there was a point other than the absolutely boring day-to-day minutiae can hide some serious dysfunction, I didn't get it. The build-up was sort of engrossing but the repeated eating just got gross after a while. Maybe that was it, a slim pretty girl only eats like a human being when she's planning on killing herself and a few hundred of her nearest complete strangers.

Stephen S (au) wrote: Pretty bad. This is just a really dumb, really disturbing film. Skip this one.

Princess S (au) wrote: haha what tha?????????

Jamal K (it) wrote: The Grt Film...Both S.k.....

Johnny J (mx) wrote: Good for Halle pre-nose job

Sharon H (kr) wrote: this is my one of my top 3 favourite movies! you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll groan, you'll rock out to the awesome soundtrack!

Amal H (br) wrote: Excellent psychological thriller.Recommended for (another) terrific performance by Isabelle Adjani. I'm a true fan of her now!!:)

Jennifer H (es) wrote: I doubted that I would find this musical entertaining. Boy, was I wrong. Heart-warming and laughable. I Enjoy Being A Girl!! James Shigeta is cute in a he-looks-like-a-chinese-Bobby-Darin kind of way. Don't ask me how. He just does.

Phillip M (jp) wrote: World War II is about to break out. The King and Queen of England are invited to FDR's place for some hot dogs. There's a happy ending for FDR in his car.