Yes, I agree with the over reviewers, this is one BRUTAL film, but at the same time, engaging, honest, and groundbreaking in its depiction of a taboo subject matter.
It commences with a car crash with a women losing her husband, at this point the other car driver is unknown.
Most of the action is shot very well in the house of the pregnant woman, and that's where the carnage descends into over-drive; the film never shies away from reality.
The message of the film is seriously warped and controversial, this is a feminists anti-pregnancy film, which punches you in the face.
Praise you France.