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When the Supreme Court legalized marriage equality, the backlash by the religious right was swift, severe, and successful. Karslake's documentary looks at four faith-based families with LGBTQ children caught in the crosshairs of sexuality, identity, and scripture.Written by
Tribeca Film Festival
Powerful gut punch of a film essential for the present moment
The stories are both inspiring and heartbreaking, the storytelling grips you from start to finish, and the feeling it leaves you is one of profound determination to be more vulnerable, be more bold, and most importantly, have a little more courage to stand up for what's right. Especially now.
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