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I Do, I Don't (2010)

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A documentary about love, marriage, and what happens when the realities of modern day life collide with the biblical ideals by which some 174 million Americans are trying to live their lives.

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Gil Gatch ...
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Sidney Helou ...
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Prior to their wedding, Gil and Sidney did everything right. Both devout Christians with a desire to spread God's message, their idea of marriage was perfectly aligned with what the Bible says it should be: a lifelong union. However, shortly after the wedding, Sidney moved out, leaving Gil devastated and facing a challenging journey that would test his faith. "I Do, I Don't" is one couple's story of love, marriage, and what happens when the realities of modern day life collide with the biblical ideals by which some 174 million Americans are trying to live their lives. Written by Anonymous

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intimate and compelling look at question of divorce in Christianity- raises great questions!
23 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think I might have seen a more recent cut of "I Do, I Don't" than the reviewer below because it's definitely structured so that you know it's solely Gil's journey, and what an interesting journey it is. I think this documentary is a really cool and very personal look at a world that I didn't know that much about but also something I assume many people can relate to. These kids are SO YOUNG when they choose to get married, and as a secular individual it's fascinating to watch this dynamic personality struggle with his faith when things fall apart (no spoilers on how the struggle ends up). I imagine people who know a little more about Christianity's attitude toward divorce might find the questions raised by this movie all the more compelling, but I think this is a refreshing and really thought provoking documentary, no matter your attitudes toward faith.


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