Saints and Sinners (2004)
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This film documents the story of Edward DeBonis and Vincent Maniscalco, a gay Catholic couple who celebrated their wedding at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Manhattan. The event became the first gay Catholic wedding featured in The New York Times' "Weddings/ Celebrations" section.
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Docu's case-pleading is duly high-minded and effective. But the sense of emotional identification that might have really socked the point across is lacking.
As with so many of the low-budget, video-shot documentaries currently managing to achieve theatrical release, too often Saints and Sinners has the feel of a home movie of greater interest to its participants than to an audience.
It is, simply, a slice of life, one that transcends questions of right or wrong, moral or immoral.
For an outside observer, Saints and Sinners doesn't make particularly compelling viewing, but Ms. Honor has given her subjects an excellent present on their big day: the ultimate wedding video.
A quietly persuasive and very timely documentary.
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