compassionate and eye opening
this movie is not just compassionate toward the aborted babies, but it is really compassionate toward women that had an abortion. they are depicted as they are: confused, in crisis, worried, doubtful, desperate, but also sometimes very sure of their choices. there is no judgement, instead there is the good example of the protagonist always treating them as human being in a difficult time and offering help and the good example of the pro life people praying for them. also the people of PP are not depicted with bad judgement, until at the end, when the previous supposed friends of Abby are at the court on the side of the PP.
this movie is eye opening about what a woman goes through before, during and after abortion and what she goes through physically (partially and there are images not more gory than other movies that are commonly show to kids). also depicts exactly what PP is and what Pro-life movement does.
it is worthy to show to 14 years old, because at that time they are sexually active or they start to be and can be very helpful to introduce good discussions about the topic of sex and consequences. also it is a good start to discuss more lofty concepts as: where we come from? who created us? why we do not know everything about how life happens? what is really a human being?
after this movie i had to change my definition of human being... write your definition on a paper, fold it, put it in your pocket, see the movie and then check if it is still true.