This film really hit a nerve not because of a personal experience but because of my own beliefs on life. The film is based on the topic of abortion and the individuals involved whether it be the people against it, the people getting the abortion done, or the people doing the procedure. This film was getting into the facilities and filming what the rooms for the procedure looks like and even getting the story from the individuals who worked in these facilities and their side of what its like to work there when they are unable to make appointments because of the laws being passed. People in this society are making these laws to make it more and more difficult for these procedures to take place. There was one part of the film that attracted my attention the most, there was a 13 year old girl who was gang banged and was trying to book an appointment but because of everything that was happening and that they couldnt book her appointment for that day, they had to turn this poor child away. That to me is outrageous, this child now has to go and have a child just because of some horrible men decided to abuse her and she wasn’t given the opportunity to take care of it. No child asks to be put in this world, and i 100% feel like it is the women’s right to her body. I understand other individuals stand on its everyone’s right to life but at the same time by not allowing these women to choose in a way we are basically taking away that woman’s right to her own life. I understand this is a touchy subject for a lot of people but i just felt a need to share my opinion on this film since it hit home so much.