If These Walls Could Talk (1996) is not about vaginal walls speaking, which is what we thought at first. So, if there are any producers reading this, we have a script. However, this made-for-TV drama is pretty great, examining the abortion issue through the experiences of three sets of stories each set in a different era: 1950s, 1970s and 1990s. The first installment stars Demi Moore as a windowed nurse who has a back alley abortion. Then, moving chronologically, we have Sissy Spacek as a mother of four teenagers and a returning student who finds herself knocked up again. And finally there is cute Anne Heche as a college student pregnant by her professor. God bless Anne, for she is the only one who gives up the nudity, a short bathtub scene. Cher directed this segment, so God bless her, too.