Plot-wise, I'd agree, but my only issue with PROXY was the acting. The three main characters, Esther, Melanie and Patrick do a great job, but the rest of the cast and non-key players are not that good. It was a disappointment with Esther's girlfriend Anika, as she had a decent sized part.
I love this synopsis from the press release, "Unlike many of its contemporaries, PROXY sheds light on the dark side of motherhood - that children are not always perceived as little 'bundles of joy' in their mother's eyes, but rather as hindrances, as threats." That sums it up quite a bit, but I still feel like we are left a little bit hanging in terms of motive with Esther's situation. I'd like to have known more about it. I think I kind of get the psychological theory behind it, but I would have liked it to have been a little more clear.
I'm a little late on the announcement, my bad, but:
PROXY Opens on April 18th in NYC at the IFC Center and on VOD, with Rollout to Follow