The Business of Being Born 2008

The Business of Being Born (2008)

Evaluation: 7.3 (Votes: 14)

Movie Documentary "The Business of Being Born" Torrent is rated with 7.3 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 14 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2008-01-01 by . The main stars are Ricki Lake, Abby Epstein, Ina May Gaskin, . The length of the whole piece is 87 minutes.

Original title: The Business of Being Born
Genres: Documentary
Release date 2008-01-01
Duration: 87 Min
Country: United States of America
State: Released

The Business of Being Born 2008 - Download Torrent limetorrents RARBG EZTV TORRENT9 1337X ZOOQLE KickAss YIFY TORRENTZ2 Streaming Magnet - 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.

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Jack Mathews

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Jack Mathews

Passionate, enlightening and unabashedly one-sided, Abby Epstein's documentary is not for everyone. But at the very least, it should be seen by every pregnant woman in America.

Julia Wallace

MetaScore: 70

Epstein and Lake have crafted an absorbing, thought-provoking inquiry into what modern birth has become and how to make it better.

Ronnie Scheib

MetaScore: 60 Autor: Ronnie Scheib

Documentary seems best suited to cable: Lake's informal, Oprah-like concern invites the intimacy of home viewing. But the chick-chat approach in no way undermines the gravity of the problems the docu addresses.

Noel Murray

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Noel Murray

More propaganda than cinema, and at an hour and a half, its exhaustiveness diminishes its impact. But Epstein anchors the film nicely with her own pregnancy, which occurs while the documentary is in production and comes to an unexpected conclusion before shooting ends.

Andrew O'Hehir

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Andrew O'Hehir

Lake and Epstein are not in fact trying to stigmatize other women's choices about how and where to give birth. Instead, they're trying to introduce an entire universe of history and information that should inform those choices, and that the medical establishment has virtually erased from American memory.

Stephen Holden

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Stephen Holden

A passionate ground-level examination of home childbirth.

Dana Stevens

MetaScore: 50

It's full of moving (and surprisingly ungross) filmed deliveries, including those by Epstein and Lake themselves. Unfortunately, the movie is also a propagandistic brief on behalf of the home-birth movement that's so selective in its presentation of information that it makes Michael Moore look like a fat lady in a blindfold holding a pair of scales.

Gary Goldstein

MetaScore: 70

This unflinchingly shot picture is not for the squeamish. Epstein and Lake's own commitment to you-are-there realism is remarkable as well, each bringing new meaning to the phrase "naked truth."

Maitland McDonagh

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Maitland McDonagh

It's a serious and well-researched consideration of natural childbearing vs. hospital delivery that explores the larger social conditions and assumptions that shape women's choices.

Tamara Straus

MetaScore: 75

A powerful, frightening look at America's delivery room.