Episode 2B: Sins of the Mother
After an unsuspecting patient fails a background check, a second-year intern is directed to abort her child without her knowledge.
Japester says:
I really liked this one. Good short thriller/drama with a twist. Reminds me of the Australian show from last year, "Two Twisted". I liked all the actors' performances and very nice, understated effects. Filmic quality, wonderful. Very happy with this one.
Commented on Sunday, April 01, 2007 9:00 PM
[...] Episode 2B: Sins of the Mother [...]
Commented on Sunday, April 01, 2007 9:00 PM
an excellent movie indeed. all very believable actors with a great script and very gratifyinig attention to detail and authenticity regarding the direction we are travelling today so it is an accurate peek into the near future. Wonderful surprise ending. The only flaw is that the charecters acted like they did not know each other in the beginning and there was no explanation offered for that weakness. It could have had a different beginning..perhaps two doctors one relieving the other half way through.
Commented on Monday, June 11, 2007 9:00 PM

Can u please send me the script on my mail? i love the scenes:) nice script;)

Commented on Friday, January 18, 2008 12:03 PM
Don says:


Visit http://www.simplyscripts.com/tv.html and read the script (courtesy of Earl hisself) of “Sins of the Mother”.

Commented on Tuesday, January 29, 2008 7:35 PM
batter says:

Did you really need to make a movie about a computer animattion program? Intro graphics good pacing,(done by someone else I suppose) but, are you trying to make a political statement, or sell the computer animation program? Why do you show it twice and why is it so slow, especially when it is just two cells?  The intro credits are deadly slow too.  Whoever your friend is who is doing the graphics, I guess Joseph I. Fagan, is going to keep you all in the bush league.  Get a professional who cares about the final cut, not their part.  You need to reedit this one or Fagan’s dull work will be the anchor that weisghs you down.  There is no room in the big time for people who let the mediocre weigh them down.  I imagine he has a big ego.  And the director needs the stones to cut and edit.  Too bad.  The rest of it was good.  Good sound.

Commented on Tuesday, March 11, 2008 5:01 PM

With this episode you have a nice stride going. What I thought was going to be a Gattaca like story was more than I expected it to be. A mindless system with no room for observation of rules is quite scary. I was so cheering for the doc for doing the right thing that I was taken by surprise by how it all ended. The patient’s explanation at the begining sounded so natural as if she was speakign to a friend. Very nice payoff.

Commented on Thursday, May 29, 2008 5:21 AM
nicolette stepro says:

I really enjoyed this one. Good acting, professional filming nice pacing on a good to the point of being true, story. 2 nits? Repetition of the diagnostic program (slowed it down- even if a cool graphic scene) and her kissing him at the end (made it a fictional unrealistic story). Its already kind of true in medicine as rules do already trump people’s pain, people’s lives.

Commented on Tuesday, August 18, 2009 9:11 AM
Dany says:

I just stumbled on your site tonight after listening to Scott Sigler and I enjoyed first episode in the series, but I LOVED this episode so much. I featured them both on my site (http://raad.wordpress.com/2010/11/12/stranger-things-series-sins-of-the-mother-and-sacred-cow/).

I think you should add to each episode page a link to go right to the next and previous episode to make it even easier to keep watching.

Love it and keep up the great work!

Commented on Friday, November 12, 2010 8:45 PM
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