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At the End of the Day (2018)

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A conservative professor at a Christian college finds himself in a gay support group to stop their launch of an LGBT homeless youth shelter in their small town.

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Kevin O'Brien

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Shane Martin ... Dave Hopper
Danielle Sagona Danielle Sagona ... Alyssa
Tom Nowicki ... Gordon Woodman
Chris Cavalier ... Nate
Susan Mulholland Susan Mulholland
Emily Davis Emily Davis ... Erika
Paul Saulo ... Bruce
E. Mani Cadet E. Mani Cadet ... Richard
Oli Lyons Oli Lyons ... Kyle
Jace Greenwood ... Mark
Betty Jeune ... Rosa
Melissa Malone ... Gina
Ernie Rowland Ernie Rowland ... Frank
Bailey Gavulic ... Taylor
Marvin Laviolette ... Justin
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A conservative professor at a Christian college finds himself in a gay support group to stop their launch of an LGBT homeless youth shelter in their small town.

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26 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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lgbtq are a difficult genre
6 March 2019 | by ops-52535See all my reviews

When i was 6 i went to billund, legoland, denmark, and when i visited the indian village i got a headband with a feather attached, and everytime i see the photo of me, and connect this with my dad saying''take it of''- ive come to the conclusion i had just been to a gay camp, because the headband were rainbow colored....well that was an attempt to make a joke, its historicly correct,the conclusion is wrong but it was rainbow coloured.....

Through the years there has been made a lot of lgbtq-inspired movies, some great,some bad. what impresses me most in this film is at the end of the day there are really nothing to worry about. i'm not gay, i dont have gay friends, but ive had working mates who are lesbians and gays, and i know a lot of people who are, so what? be the one you are, and try the best you can to find your own community, just like in this wonderful movie. dont make a mess with the church, im sure the holy spirit that has blown light into our sole doesnt care either your gay or streit. it really doesnt matter, what you love will in 99% of the cases love you back. that was the dwelling at the end of the day from me.......

i liked the spirit of this production, even though there are espionage and some real pastorial thunder preaching against the lgbtq- society. the acting are good all over, the witt and fizzy kinda humour makes you more than smile, and in the end the grumpy old man had big trouble to hold the levee of tears back.

the filmography and its narrative use are surprisingly good in this i guess low cost production, the importance of focus pulling have been well taken care of and boosts the real feel and message of the story. though some minor flaws it is a very good film.

so what shall i say, its much more than just a movie, its a consciensous flick of everyday life of many people, and should be considered as a cult classic in the years to come. i think the lgbtq society will always fight against religion, and that wont change until the holy books are rewritten and thouroughly modified. wonders has happened the past 40 years, when gay people were padlocked in their closets, youll never know, in 40 yrs people may not even read written books any more,and you can use the opportunities on the internet to write a new holy book for the ''expelled'' people in sosciety. there are hope i think......

a very nice and cuddling production, highly recommendable says the grumpy old man.


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