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The result is surprisingly suspenseful and thoroughly moving and inspiring.
[Director] Rosenstein's greatest achievement is his recognition of the massive efforts put forth by Wolfson, lawyer and civil rights advocate Mary Bonauto, and many others.
A straightforward encomium for a leading champion of gay rights.
In a political climate in which all things progressive are at risk, the film is a reminder of the long and difficult work that victory took as well as a notification that no triumph can be taken for granted.
It does its job more or less efficiently (we could do without Wolfson's parents' friends talking about what a bright boy he was) in cookie-cutter documentary fashion.
Rosenstein's modest documentary may feel like a niche undertaking, but it still carves out its own worthy place in the struggle.
It's a powerful story, though one cannot help but feel sad at the end, post-decision, to see then-President Obama speak so eloquently about the event.
With a mix of interviews and news footage, director Eddie Rosenstein gives audiences an immersive, empathetic peek at history in the making.
Director Eddie Rosenstein's documentary Freedom to Marry chronicles the history of the same-sex marriage movement and profiles prime strategists Evan Wolfson and Mary Banauto, among other leaders.
Restrained and classy, this film seeks to teach, if nothing else, the value of persistence and strategy when everything else seems insurmountable.
The Freedom to Marry restores faith in the idea that the law and concerted, thoughtful, loving legal action can change lives and an entire society for the better.
... what we have instead is a documentary meant to inspire and elevate.
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