Set in a the dumps line group of druggies, lushes, and military veterans, “Antibirth” once in a while feels like an awkward blend of “Rosemary’s Baby” and “Jacob’s Ladder.” Lou gets to be fixated on the possibility that she’s pregnant, however she is sure that she hasn’t engaged in sexual relations in months. She is driven only by her id.
She chugs tequila, smokes cigarettes, and eats unfortunate snacks with desert, and tirades, best case scenario companion Sadie (Chloë Sevigny) about what she will do on the off chance that she’s really pregnant. Lou curses, mooches off of her companions, watches kid’s shows, and in the long run pushes everybody away. She’s not simply unlikable: she’s regularly despicable.