Gary Catell is a bigoted evangelical minister, who leads his congregation in the persecution of gays and lesbians. When his gay daughter is outed and commits suicide on his nationally syndicated radio show, Gary looks to God for answers and a second chance to make things right with this daughter. The next day, Gary awakes to find that time has been rewound by two weeks, his daughter is still alive, and his spirit now inhabits the body of a gay man. As Gary struggles to come to grips with this new reality, he also comes to understand that second chances and redemption come with heavy prices. Written by
Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing themselves.
Did You Know?
The church that Jax throws Gary out of and tells him that "You faggots have your own church if you can call it that," is Kansas City's Broadway Church which has a large gay and lesbian ministry. In addition, all the church interiors were shot at the Broadway Church. See more
In the pivotal scene when Gary Catell takes the call from his daughter Sarah (she identifies herself by her preferred nickname, Nova) on his radio call-in program and she then commits suicide by gunshot as he listens, Catell visibly flinches in reaction to what would be the sound of the gunshot half a second before the sound of the gunshot is audibly heard. See more
Daddy, can you see me?
Written by Denny Dey
Performed by Whitney Smith See more