Here is an excerpt from the email I got (used here with permission), and info about the extremely cool class that it's going to be a part of (seriously, how cool does that class sound?):
Hello! I am an Associate Professor of English, French, & Gender Studies, and Chair of the Gender Studies Program at Lindenwood University in St. Louis MO. I also just had a homebirth with a midwife with my 2nd son last June. My first was born naturally and drug free in a hospital in Manhattan. I would like to bring this film to campus for screening sometime during the Spring 2016 semester, if possible. I would also like my university to purchase the DVD because I want to show it in a class that I am teaching for my 3 week January term this next Jan (2016). The class is called Birth: A Cooperation of History, Tradition, and Myth. I will speak at length about the recent resurgence of home births with midwives. We are reading a lot of stuff (Gaskin, Kitzinger, etc... and I am having speakers come as well (my own midwife, doula, etc...). But I wanted to show them this film also, and thought that since my university has a really nice Film Series, that we might want to include this in that if possible!
If you work for a University or College and want to get this film in your school, please let me know!