In the documentary made in Hawaii, "Born Two Birth," Kaja Gibbs-Davidson shows her personal journey as she delivers her baby at home in Kaneohe last year.
She made the film to show that birth is natural.
While it is a miracle, birthing at home sparks a range of reactions from wonderment and awe to shock and disdain.
"This is a natural process and it doesn't have to be a medical procedure," said Dr. Ye Nguyen, who is a naturopathic doctor.
Nguyen gave birth to her 2-year-old son, Pax, at home while husband Tim Tybusxewski caught the baby.
"I love the fact that women can feel self-empowered in their own bodies," said Nguyen.
"Just to be there and witness it and see your child come into the world. It's amazing," said Tybusxewski.
Nguyen helps other pregnant women deliver in hospitals and in homes and says more are choosing home births because of rising C-sections and other medical interventions.
"There's a shift in consciousness for women in terms of wanting more options and take charge of their own process," said Nguyen.
Nguyen monitors the baby's heartbeat and has oxygen on hand, just in case. She also did yoga to ease herself through the pain.