This Is What Love In Action Looks Like (2011)
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In the summer of 2005, Zach, a 16-year-old boy from Memphis, Tennessee wrote on his MySpace blog that he had told his parents he was gay. Within days of his coming out, his mother and father would send him to Love In Action (LIA), a fundamentalist Christian program that refers to homosexuality as an addictive behavior. is blog entries quickly spread from his friends, to the local community, to the nation through the internet. In a remarkably short time, daily protests were organized outside the campus of LIA. This Is What Love In Action Looks Like documents the widely controversial and inspirational story of what The New York Times referred to as "A modern day message in a bottle." -- (C) Official Site … More
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Moves along briskly and subsequently doesn't allow for much nuance, but its potency can't be denied.
Morgan Jon Fox's six-years-in-the-making documentary was inspired by 'a modern-day message in a bottle': a teen MySpace user's plea to be freed from a controversial 'conversion therapy' program designed to transform homosexuals into 'ex-gay' Christians.
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