Delivering Milo asks an interesting question, what if we had a choice as to whether or not we wanted to be born. And then it went on to try and answer it's own question. And, I think, to some degree it succeeded. Not the way I would have wanted, but still it was an interesting answer. On the whole I enjoyed the acting of the three principles except that Albert Finney has a tendency to go over the top sometimes. He did that in this film but only a little before he settled down and took his role seriously.
I saw this film at the Taos (NM) Film Festival and enjoyed it. I was sandwiched between some pretty heavy drama, and perhaps that's what made it so good for me since I had a calming affect after that other stuff. In any event I'd recommend this film as long as you realize the question is not going to get into a huge philosophical discussion about whether or not we should have a choice of being born or not.