I will say that I felt the opening scene (with the ultrasound machine) came off more cheesy to me than compelling... but the overall movie was really good. Yes, I am a pro-lifer, but I wasn't always that way. And I think that this is a movie that can really open peoples eyes to the "business" of Planned Parenthood. This is, of course, one persons account of how things are handled there and her own journey. Not everyone is going to believe it, agree with it, or even like it. I do feel like a lot of people who won't like it are those who don't want to hear the details of abortion... they want to stay in the dark and believe that this human life (that has a heart beat at 6 weeks gestation) is just a "balls of cells" and nothing more. This is definitely a movie I will show my children when they are teens to use as a bridge to discuss choice - choice to have sex - choice to conceive a child - and ultimately the choice to keep or abort a human being.