To the music, an ode to man and wife, an ode to the newborn child and an ode to all the people inbetween the the sowing of the seed and the final delivery, the therapeuts, the sage femmes the obstetricians and the simple nurse. if you have children, wanna have a child, or maybe pregnant by accident do try this film. me and my wife are both nurses( yes we met at school) ,had severe contractions and urges to push, so the real drama at the birth are very fluid , calm and utterly realisticly made. its a comedy about a couple that havent even thought of a baby, but the husband suddenly gets the idea, and starts ''operation pregnancy'', and the methods used are pretty ingenious. its a low budget production, a little bit slow and a tiny story, but its acting swells like the belly of this woman. i think the assisting cast, ''the proffesionals'' played their role extremely good. actually, this film could easily been used in the maternity classes, as a wake up call and for a good laugh to decrease the belly tension a bit. so if youre in for the maternity ward tomorrow, do take this couples experiences along with you, a superbly made film thinks the grumpy old man.
A world traveling pianist and her husband have decided not to have a baby, but then he sees a surprise childbirth on a flight and tampers with her pill.
January 28, 2021