Are children becoming a commodity? That is the question director Maria Arlamovsky asks in this thought-provoking film about the reproductive needs of the human race and the industry that has sprung up around it. How does this commercialisation of babies change our society? Refraining from polemics, Arlamovsky lets diverging opinions illuminate this controversial subject and succeeds in both entertaining the audience and making them reflect upon their own views. How far would you go to become a parent?
Maria Arlamovsky (Austria, 1965) Filmography: LAUT UND DEUTLICH - LEBEN NACH SEXUELLEM MISBRAUCH (2002), TOUJOURS LA MÊME CHOSE (1995)