Christian woman's newfound sexuality creates family turmoil

Orlando Weekly | March 26, 2007
There’s a poignant story behind this documentary: A woman, raised in a Bible-thumping family, endures a huge amount of personal turmoil, discovers that she’s a lesbian and abandons the faith, much to the chagrin of her parents. The telling, however, is muddled. The biggest flaw is the correlation director/narrator Markie Hancock tries to make between the split in her family and the split in red-blue America. Though the premise is sound, the film’s execution is underdeveloped and ultimately detracts from the raw human emotion that should drive such intensely personal projects.

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