As the story goes, Epstein explored maternity care in America, focusing on the Big Apple, and the doc shows the distrust in hospitals, and how a number of couples take matters into their own hands. The film gets more personal once Epstein finds out that she is pregnant as well, and that "the life of her child [is] on the line." It's a bit revealing as well for Lake -- during an interview with The Huffington Post, she discusses how the doc includes footage of the home birth of her second son: "I am naked at 195 pounds giving birth in my own bathtub." According to the press release: "should most births be viewed as a natural life process, or should every delivery be treated as a potential medical emergency?" If this is up your alley, or have a tyke on the way, the doc will get a limited release in "key US cities" this October, then a Netflix launch before the DVD is released in early 2008.
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