Holy guacamole, there's like 100 abortions in this film. Is this discussing the connection between class and birth control? Or is this a flick to say rich women shouldn't abort, but poor should? Lois' directing raises a lot of questions and gives little answers. Maybe that is a quality.
"I wonder how they portrayed the pro-choice perspective back in 1916..." *Movie opens with the gates of heaven.* "Oh, yeah." Really very interesting though. A compelling story and some slightly advanced technique (obviously nothing extraordinary a year after 'Birth of a Nation', though).