A very good, if a bit dated, movie about abortion and single mothers in swinging London. From the (middle class) young generation who is matter-of-fact about the subject to society which is still severely opposed to both, the movie provides an interesting historical view.
However, the plot is a bit thin, wears out largely in the end, and I guess that for the time (so without the "historical value"), it must have been a bit boring.
The real interest for me here was Sir Ian: His first appearance in a movie ever. 28, looking barely 25, and already extremely talented (as well as fabulously handsome), he plays the most interesting character of the movie. Too bad 60s prudishness prevented the makers from really getting at the character: it's hinted that he's gay, but never stated, etc. Unfortunate, as the character could have been developed much more and made the movie in turn less boring.
All in all, a very interesting movie if you like the 60s and if you're interested in Ian McKellen's career.