A group of women sit around a table working.

Post-Roe America is a new, scary world: after the overturning of Roe v Wade, which ensured the the constitutional right to an abortion, reproductive rights within the country were thrown into peril. Plan C, a new documentary by director Tracy Droz Tragos, depicts the reality of this world — with the ongoing fight to protect and expand access to abortion sitting at the heart of the powerful film.

Premiering at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and currently screening at SXSW, Plan C focuses on a group of people running a collective of the same name, consisting of determined advocates, midwives, and doctors working to increase access to abortion pills.

These pills, mifepristone and occasionally misoprostol, are widely-used for an abortion. Both have been deemed safe by the FDA — but access to them is being increasingly limited, even outlawed in some states. At the time of this writing, a case against mifepristone will be made by a federal judge in Texas, one that may have the power to deeply alter the state of medical abortion.

A first look at the trailer for Plan C paints an urgent, moving picture of a vital mission sweeping across the country. The documentary follows co-founders of Plan C Francine Coeytaux and Elisa Wells, alongside fellow women and figures who have been mobilizing since 2014 to provide abortion pills outside of a clinic setting.

Included in the film are Robin Marty, author of Handbook for a Post-Roe America, Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, founder of Aid Access, lawyer and journalist Carrie Baker, and activist Loretta J. Ross, amongst others.