“Debuting helmers Martha Shane and Lana Wilson manage a rare feat in AFTER TILLER, making a calm, humanist documentary about a hot-button topic…Well contextualized and sensitively shot with extraordinary access, the pic reflects the personal, moral and ethical struggles of the doctors as well as their patients, and deserves the widest possible audience.” –VARIETY

Whether one is pro-life, pro-choice or without an opinion on the issue, AFTER TILLER provides personal insight into a heart-wrenching, complex reality. The film does not pretend to be an answer to the abortion controversy but rather a presentation of the people who are demonized, correctly or incorrectly, for their actions.” –THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

Intimate and heartfelt…Brings an emotional clarity to an issue in which every nuanced turn of phrase has been made politically complicated.” –THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

“Extraordinarily compassionate and thought-provoking…An important film that looks unblinkingly at an important subject.” –FLAVORWIRE

“One of the most courageous pieces of filmmaking I’ve ever seen. The film takes the issue out of pulpit/talk show screaming-match format and engages viewers hearts and minds, reminding us why we need to make and watch documentary films at all.” –FANDOR

 “One of the most emotionally wrenching and powerful non-fiction pieces this year.” –HOLLYWOOD CHICAGO

“An intelligent, nuanced, and sensitive portrait of the last four remaining doctors in the U.S. who perform third-trimester abortions.” –INDIEWIRE (THOMPSON ON HOLLYWOOD)

“A+! A terrific documentary that handles sensitively this controversial and heated topic.” –MOVIE CITY NEWS

“[Voices] complex sentiments too rarely heard on either side of such a polarizing issue.” –THE ONION

“Presents its extremely divisive and controversial subject matter with remarkable sensitivity…Admirably explores the fine nuances and specifics of these physicians’ lives and the difficult decisions that they and their patients make. It may not make for the most sensationalistic account of the issue, but it’s probably one of the most humanistic.” –SCREEN INTERNATIONAL