OK, here is the rough translation:
Man: I think I am in labor.
Nurse: What do you mean? Are you or aren't you?
Man: I don't know, I think I am.
[He's lying down. She is inserting a needle.]
Man: Ouch! What is that?
(Nurse doesn't answer him.)
Nurse: Could you please close your legs? Very good, like that.
Man: My name is Luis.
Nurse: Very good dear.
[Nurse talking to spouse.]
Nurse: We are going to give him this so he can shit. (Enema).
[You can hear water pop/breaking. Man starts to cry.]
Nurse: I broke your bag of waters. It's for your own good buddy."
[Doctor is talking to others in birthing room.]
Doctor: As he approaches dilation and contractions increase... we will let the head descent the length of the birth canal .
Doctor to Man: Good, good, come. We are almost done. Push, push, push. Let's go. Let's go. Let's go. Push, push, push. Continue, continue, push. No! No, No, Like that. No. Push, push.
Man: I think it's better if I am on my feet.
Doctor: [Annoyed] How are you going to give birth on your feet? I won't be able to see. Come on. Keep pushing, keep pushing. Go, go, go, go. Continue, continue, come, come, very good. Come.
Man: What's that?
[Doctor doesn't answer and cuts man.]
Doctor: [Baby is born.] It's all done. It's a boy. Everything is good.
Man: Where is it? Where is it? Why doesn't he cry????
Nurse: Baby is doing beautifully. Now we are going to take the baby to observation. Then we'll bring him to you.
END. Birth/Labor (?) belongs to us! Return it to us!
Mamacrab, I really don't know if it's on TV. It's a short documentary film. It looks like a PSA
, but I doubt it's being shown on TV. It's on a Spanish documentary website representing some sort of activist/humanitarian/human rights agenda.
It looks like all the films are 3 minutes long and are meant to be viewed consecutively.http://www.haymotivo.com/