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The Falls (2012)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 2012 (Canada)
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The Falls is a feature film about two missionaries that fall in love while on their mission. RJ travels to a small town in Oregon with Elder Merrill to serve their mission and teach the ... See full summary »

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... Elder Smith
... Elder Merril
Brian J. Saville Allard ... Rodney (as Brian Allard)
Quinn Allan ... Elder Harris
Paul Angelo ... Jim Davis
... Thomas Smith
Emily Gleason ... Sister Tulsa
... President Pierce
Luisa Guyer ... Lydia Davis
... Brenda
Justin Koleszar ... Craig
Cassie Skauge ... Elise
Kacey Manny ... Mary Anne
Barrie Wild ... Stake President
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The Falls is a feature film about two missionaries that fall in love while on their mission. RJ travels to a small town in Oregon with Elder Merrill to serve their mission and teach the words of Joseph Smith. Living together and sharing the challenge of leaving home, the two men help each other discover their strengths. They share a passion for their faith and learn to express their feelings, risking the only community they have for a forbidden intimacy. Written by Anonymous

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the love of man is not a sin. See more »

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The Falls - Liebe kann nicht Sünde sein  »

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A letter received by RJ from his girlfriend is addressed to him in Clackamas Falls from her in Idaho Falls. See more »

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Although the letter from Chris to RJ shows Chris Merrill's name spelled with two "L's", the credits show his name spelled as Elder Merril, with just one "L". See more »

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From a gay Mormon's POV
13 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

There has never been a movie that has resounded so perfectly as this one had. As I am writing this, I am currently a 16 year old boy and have undergone so much strife, pain, and heartache just from living, more than the average 16 year old should ever have. In "The Family: A Proclomation to the World" they clearly state over and over that marriage between man and woman is a sacred covenant ordained of God. This had to be the greatest cause of my lack of faith in the church, even though I was born and raised in it. The teachings of the evilness of homosexuality, a part of someone that is neither chosen nor even wanted in most cases, led me to think that there was something wrong with the church since I had to pretend to be someone I'm not all for the sake of not wanting to be looked at with disgust or shame. It is truly a hell to have to grow up trying hard to be someone else, that I don't even know who i really am anymore. Since I found out I was gay, and as everyone else around me started maturing, it grew increasingly harder to socialize to even the closest friends I had, since I was lying to them about such a huge, unforgettable part of me. As a result, it is because of this forced fake lifestyle, I believe it has caused me to be the socially awkward person I am today. I honestly believe that if I could have been honest with my parents and everyone around me and been encouraged to be who I am from the start, I would have been able to have developed better basic socialization skills as well as a better faith in a church that I grew up in. I'm sorry for the excessive length of this, but I had to express myself somehow, since I can't say this to my own mom. Thank you if you actually read this...


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