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– Suzanne Arms, author of seven books on pregnancy, birthing, breastfeeding, bonding and adoption. Her second book, Immaculate Deception: A New Look at Childbirth, was named a Best Book of the Year by the New York Times.

“At last we have a brilliantly made film – In Utero – to help shift consciousness. This film is a groundbreaker and seeing it produces strong reactions. With the help of the study guide created by the filmmakers and the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, this feature film will surely result in the kind of self-reflection and deep group discussion that can produce real, positive personal and social transformation. It is a ‘must-see’ experience. Yes, most of the experts in In Utero are older caucasian males. Yes, the film focuses on the problem, not the solution. That was required. Other films will follow, focusing on how to prevent and heal trauma in the womb, and how to create an optimal womb-life and pregnancy for every mother and baby. But first, let’s wake up to the problem that lies at the root of so much violence, oppression and unhappiness in this world. Bravo for In Utero and for its brilliant study guide!”


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