This movie will awaken your compassion for those facing tough choices on both sides of the debate. I think for me it was educational and opened my eyes to the workings of an “industry,” how women in crisis are actually “sold” abortions from counselors rather than being “counseled,” the methods they employ to sell them and why, which is not what I expected. I also was astounded to see what a surgical abortion actually is and to learn about non-surgical abortions and how prevalent they are. I also feel that this movie is appropriate for younger teenagers, boys and girls alike, who I’m sure can see more graphic detail just in the violence on prime time TV at home. I think if you have teenagers who you suspect are or know are sexually active, or are thinking about becoming so, this movie will help to educate them and to understand the hard decisions they may have to face should they not be responsible in their actions. I think the movie will go a long way towards teaching personal responsibility if it were available for viewing to a younger teenage audience.