Two-thirds of the world’s women live in countries where abortion can be obtained for a variety of social, economic or personal reasons. In other nations it is allowed only in cases of rape, foetal abnormality or when a woman’s life is at risk. But El Salvador bans abortion in all circumstances and criminalises women suspected of procuring one, along with those believed to have been complicit in the process. In some cases, suspects have been charged with murder. Are El Salvador’s abortion laws endangering some women’s lives while putting others behind bars? Al Jazeera sent filmmakers Sarah Spiller and Camilla French to find out why.