Paul Newman and Sally Fields star in this film about privacy rights and the press. The film is not interested in a balanced assessment of conflicting rights; instead it accentuates the sorts of concerns that led to Louis Brandeis's seminal article on privacy almost a century earlier.
This film was made for television—and you can tell. Its treatment of a young woman's challenge to Texas's abortion laws can be cheesy. But the film's review of the legal issues surrounding the case is careful and fairly balanced.