How to Buy a Baby - Netflix
In How to Buy a Baby, 30-something couple Jane and Charlie have given up on making a baby the fun way. Diagnosed with infertility, they are resigned to needing invasive assistance if they are to become parents. They are determined to keep things fertili-fun, but what happens when so many people are involved in the intimate act of procreation? Can a marriage survive with the financial and emotional pressures of infertility? Darkly funny and achingly honest, How to Buy a Baby follows a couple through a cycle of in vitro fertilization.
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Runtime: 7 minutes
How to Buy a Baby - She's Having a Baby - Netflix
She's Having a Baby is a 1988 American romantic comedy film directed and written by John Hughes. The film portrays a young newlywed couple, Kristy and Jake Briggs played by Elizabeth McGovern and Kevin Bacon, who try to cope with being married and what is expected of them by their parents. Jake must also deal with the fantasy woman of his dreams. The film is about traditional 1980s suburban life and the cultural expectations that come along with it. To a large extent what Jake experiences could be described as a form of culture shock, with his best man Davis (Alec Baldwin) as a reminder of his former culture as a single man, and feeling alienated when he overhears his neighbors converse about mundane suburban topics. He feels he has left the culture of single men, and has entered the culture of a married man, and doesn't appear to have a sense of belonging to either. Critical reception was mostly negative, and the film was not a financial success.
How to Buy a Baby - Production - Netflix
The film was shot in Winnetka, IL and Evanston, IL from September 1986 to December 1986. However, several scenes were shot directly in the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois. Most of John Hughes's films either take place in Chicago, in the suburbs of Chicago, or are about people going to or coming from Chicago.
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