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Natural Family Values (2007)

Kanab, Utah, a small, western town founded by Mormon polygamists, is now the scene of a city divided. The people are split between a religious majority, struggling to assert its ... See full summary »

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Frank Feldman

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Kanab, Utah, a small, western town founded by Mormon polygamists, is now the scene of a city divided. The people are split between a religious majority, struggling to assert its conservative identity, and a vocal minority determined to make their home in a community afraid of change. Fearing a threat to their way of life, the mayor and city council unanimously approve a resolution. This defines the kind of families they would like to see move in as 'one man, one woman' with a 'full quiver' of children. Natural Family Values is an intimate portrait of a community at odds with itself, and what happens when democracy and theocracy clash. Written by Chris Howard

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Nothing in the picture is in the statement.

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USA

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English

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17 February 2007 (USA) See more »

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Kanab, Utah, USA

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PowerLine Films See more »
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