For the minister's son, this is a summer of awakening and acceptance of his homosexuality. For his father, this is a challenge to his roots in the bible as he interprets its posture on ...
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Kent S. Leung,
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For the minister's son, this is a summer of awakening and acceptance of his homosexuality. For his father, this is a challenge to his roots in the bible as he interprets its posture on sexuality that drives him to 'save' his son by killing his lover. In a broader exploration of 'acceptance', a play-within-the-film recalls two landmark tragedies in the history of gay culture: the murder of Mathew Shepard, and the suicide of Tyler Clementi. An intertwined story traces an Erie Canal cruise operator's challenges in starting a 'gay' cruise in conservative Upstate New York. The message, 'Accept what you can't change.'Written by
Not only was this whole movie totally exaggerated, it was painfully unrealistic. Throughout the movie, characters are constantly contradicting themselves and make it out that whites are superior to everyone else( not that people don't still think that in certain circles). I would give this film a 1, save for Logan, who was the only one actually 'acting in this film'. Only saw it because it was on my 'to watch' on Pinterest. I genuinely have so many issues with this movie, that if I wrote them all down, this would be a two page essay describing my utter disappointment
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