On one level, the documentary "After Tiller" does a good job of showing the day to day lives and work of the four remaining doctors performing late term abortions in America, as they contend with annoying and ignorant people constantly on their lawns and with the constant fear one of them may be armed.(Per the end note, one more doctor is being trained.) Contrary to what one would ordinarily suppose, they are not in New York, Massachusetts or California. Instead, this is in the heartland of Nebraska, Colorado and New Mexico.
On a different level, "After Tiller" relies much more on sentiment than on facts which could have been used to better destroy some of the fallacies concerning abortion. Admittedly, we do get some information on what a late term abortion is and the conditions for performing one(which usually involves a fetus having a critical or fatal condition) with adoption being discussed as an alternative. But the doctors are not alone as they seem here. While the Democrats, Wendy Davis notwithstanding, are pretty useless, there are plenty of pro-choice activists out there willing to protest.