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The Freedom to Marry

The Freedom to Marry is a movie starring Evan Wolfson, Mary Bonauto, and April DeBoer. Over the last four decades, the concept of same-sex couples marrying went from a 'preposterous notion' to the national law. The Freedom to Marry...

Running Time
1 hours 26 minutes
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Eddie Rosenstein
Noel Freeman, April DeBoer, Mary Bonauto, Evan Wolfson
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Over the last four decades, the concept of same-sex couples marrying went from a 'preposterous notion' to the national law. The Freedom to Marry movement is now known as one of the most successful civil rights campaigns in the modern history, but change did not arrive by happenstance. This victory was carefully planned and orchestrated over decades. THE FREEDOM TO MARRY, a new documentary film, offers the untold, inside story of this historic movement. This is a riveting ride alongside Evan Wolfson and Mary Bonauto, the architect and the main litigator of the movement, and their key colleagues from earliest days of their journey to their final frenetic dash to the US Supreme Court.

Comments about documentary «The Freedom to Marry» (58)

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A wonderful documentary that explains the various facets of the issue of same sex marriage. The film also goes into the background of how this issue came to be, what arguments were used to support it, and what arguments were used to oppose it. It also goes into the history of how this issue was pushed by the Religious Right, and how that is still a very powerful tool to promote a religious viewpoint. A very important and compelling film.

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Grace Gray

The film is an excellent reminder that the gay rights movement was nothing short of a national movement in the U.S. and that the film was produced with the help of the Human Rights Campaign. The film is extremely informative and entertaining. The director, Mark Bowden, has been a spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign and has been the "voice" for the film. I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever been involved in a gay rights movement, whether it was a local, state, national, or international. This film is a must-see for anyone who cares about the LGBT community.

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A very good documentary about the American view of same sex marriage and how it has been shaped over the years. The marriage equality movement is the most recent manifestation of this movement. Although the "freedom to marry" movement has been gaining ground over the last few years, the overall picture is still the same. As a filmmaker myself, I can tell you that the film is a very good representation of what is going on in the world. The documentary starts out with a group of same sex couples talking about the struggle they faced to be able to marry. It then goes on to the struggles of the two main protagonists, Eileen and Robert. Eileen, a single mother of a young child, is married to a man she has never met. Her marriage is only temporary, but her marriage is temporary. When she gets pregnant, she can't have the child, but her husband does not want to keep the baby. His reasoning is that he wants to raise the child himself. Eileen and Robert are now facing the choice of raising the child themselves or having the child be raised by someone else. The documentary doesn't go into detail about the couple's decision to not have the child raised by someone else. It is really their decision and they go with it. The film then goes into their decision to not raise the child themselves. It is a very emotional and heartfelt documentary. It is a good representation of the struggles of the two couples and the way the American view of same sex marriage has changed over time. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Denise Gutierrez

When I read the back of the DVD box, I thought it would be a documentary about the history of marriage and the gay movement. I was not disappointed. This is a great documentary on the history of marriage and the gay movement. It covers the time of the amendment, the amendment of the 19th amendment and the gay movement. It covers how marriage was meant to be between one man and one woman and how it has changed since then. It also covers the history of the gay movement and the history of the amendment. This is an excellent documentary that is worth watching.

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The Freedom to Marry: A Documentary is an excellent documentary that explores the impact of same-sex marriage on the lives of same-sex couples. It takes the audience through the ups and downs of being a same-sex couple. The movie is well-written and well-edited, and the interviews with same-sex couples are extremely valuable. This is a must-see for anyone who is interested in same-sex marriage. It will also provide insight to the people who oppose same-sex marriage. I was impressed with the overall quality of the film. The editing and the interviews were both very good, and the subjects of the interviews were very interesting and engaging. The Freedom to Marry is a must-see.

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Tiffany G.

It's a shame that the media is still so biased against this issue. In my opinion, this is the real story that is needed in the media. We need to wake up and see that this is a major issue and the only one that will really affect our nation in the long run. I think this documentary will have a great effect on the politicians who haven't even watched it. It really gives you the background and why people are fighting for their rights and this is the main reason why this issue is important. It is a story that should be told, not the average, uneducated audience. The media should do a better job, and the main reason I say this is because the media always uses the same arguments. I hope they do a better job in this documentary and bring the issues to light. I think the reason why the media is so biased is because the people who are writing the articles always have their own ideas of what they are writing about and why they are writing about it. The other reason is because the media is afraid of losing advertising revenue. The media tries to control the topic and if it isn't favorable, it loses its funding. It's sad that the media is so biased and is only using the media to try and control the topic. This documentary should be a great tool to change things. It will give the people the opportunity to know more about this issue and see the issues from different points of view. People need to know what is really going on and what is happening in the media. We need to change the media and get it to be more honest and factual.

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This documentary is an opportunity for viewers to learn more about the "freedom to marry" movement. It provides some background information about the movement and a few quotes from those who have participated in the movement. It also provides information about the people who have supported the movement. As I found out, this movement has had a lot of negative press and this documentary tries to show the positives of the movement. While it is true that some of the people who have participated in this movement have become involved in other groups, it is also true that there are some negative people involved with the movement. This documentary also discusses how people are also fighting against the "stigma" of gay people and how society and the media treat gay people. The documentary ends with a lot of important messages about the rights of gay people and the negative effects that the "freedom to marry" movement has had on people and the media. It is a good documentary to see, but I think it is somewhat inaccurate. I would have liked to have seen more of what some of the people involved in this movement think and what their views are on the movement. Overall, this documentary is well worth seeing.

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I read the book, and after watching the film I realized that it's a very good book. I really liked the movie. I really loved the chemistry between Dwayne and Hilary. They were both so real. I was so moved by the end of the movie. I would recommend it to anyone. It's a really good movie. I would give it a 10. If you haven't seen it, you should. I don't want to give it away, but I really recommend it. You'll like it.

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Kelly W.

This documentary was very informative, and it was very well-done. The film was informative and it was well-made. I loved the information that was presented about how marriage laws were changing, and how marriage laws had an effect on people. I also liked the film because it gave you a better understanding of how a couple's relationship is going to affect them, and it gave you a better understanding of the people in the same situation. There were some things that were really amazing, such as the fact that in the early days of marriage, there was a lack of support, but in the 1960's and 1970's there were many couples that had good support. The main thing that was really impressive was how the government was taking care of their marriages, and how they were treating them with love. Also, the fact that there was a marriage between a man and a woman, and that was what it was all about, was also amazing. I think the best part of the film was the information that was given about the history of marriage, and the laws that were passed in the early days of marriage, which helped to build a stronger marriage, and helped to build a stronger family. I really liked how the film was presented, and it was really well-done. I would recommend it to everyone. The information was really good. The film was informative and well-made. It really is a good film. 8/10

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Margaret D.

I've been looking for this documentary for ages and I finally got my chance. The movie is a great treat for any LGBTQI person. This movie is a wonderful look into the life of Bob and his family. They have always had a great love for one another, and it shows through their love for one another. It is a wonderful look at their lives and the love they have for each other. It is a very real look at love and family. They love one another very much and they have a great relationship and love for one another. It's sad that life is not always fair, but the love that they have for each other makes it even more so. I highly recommend this movie. This movie is a great movie that anyone can see and love. It is a great look into the life of a couple that love each other very much. They make you feel like you know them, and you have a great love for them.

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I have always felt that the LGBT community should be included in all types of media, and this documentary does that. It gives us a brief history of the LGBT community, how they are now represented in the media, and how they are dealing with their sexuality. The acting is great, and the stories are very accurate. The filming was amazing, and the editing was amazing. I can't wait to see this documentary on TV again. I hope more people will see this documentary, and hopefully, they will be willing to stand up for the rights of all people. I know I will.

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In an ideal world, America would make it illegal to marry someone of the same sex. This documentary shows the inefficiencies of the existing system in a fair and entertaining way. I have seen many films on the subject, but this one stands out as being unique in its approach. If you love the idea of marriage and want to know more about the impact of same sex marriage on the society, you should see this film.

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Ralph Bowman

I am a gay man and I'm very proud of this film. I hope everyone will take the time to see it. This is a documentary that shows the power of love and marriage. This is a film that will touch people's hearts and minds. I can't wait to see it again!

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Frances A.

I just watched the Freedom to Marry (2015) with my friend and her husband, and they both really enjoyed it. We thought that this was a good movie, even if it was a bit predictable, but we didn't feel like the film was that hard to follow. We were also impressed by the level of detail and the amount of information that was put in to the film. It really shows the importance of marriage equality in America and how it could affect all kinds of issues that may come up in the future. I think it was really well-done, and I think it's great that this film is getting such a good reaction from the public. Overall, I really enjoyed the film and I think that the audience can see that it is really important to show the importance of marriage equality. I also think that it is really important that people know that marriage equality is something that needs to be taught to all people in society, so that people can see how important it is to show respect for the rights of all people. So, all in all, I think that the Freedom to Marry is a good movie, and I recommend it to anyone.

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As a longtime journalist, I have come to the conclusion that many of the issues addressed in the film are more relevant today than ever. What is often overlooked is the wide-ranging influence of this film on the larger political and cultural landscape. Despite the inclusion of many individuals and organizations that did not exist in the 1960s, it is clear that "The Freedom to Marry" has had an enormous impact on the lives of many people in the United States. While the film is mainly about same-sex marriage, its impact extends far beyond the marriage arena. The film focuses on the issue of discrimination in the workplace, the work-life balance of today's society, and the enormous power of the media. Despite the recent passage of Prop 8 in California, which allows same-sex couples to marry, the film concludes that it is not the gay community that is to blame, but rather the lack of civil rights in this country that has made it difficult for many to enjoy the fullness of their relationships. As someone who lives in an extremely conservative city in a very conservative state, I found the film to be an incredibly accurate depiction of a time when the gay community was on the receiving end of discrimination in a society that has become increasingly tolerant of diversity. I found the film to be very well-paced, with many scenes that kept my attention and were filled with a fascinating mix of stories. However, the film was also a little bit too long. As a result, I was very interested in how the story would end, but the ending did not hit me in the way that I was hoping it would. I think it is important to leave room for a sequel to the film, as it is clear that the gay community is still going through a very long and difficult time. Overall, I was very impressed with the film and would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in a film that tells a story about a very important issue. I would also recommend that those who are LGBT activists watch the film because the film will give you an understanding of the impact of the gay community and the impact of Prop 8 on the lives of many people who are LGBT. I would also recommend that you see the film at least once. While it is very difficult to give this film a 10/10 rating, I do not believe that it should be rated low enough for a recommendation. I think that the film was very well-done, but not at all deserving of the low rating that it received. While it is not a perfect film, it is an excellent one. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the topic of gay marriage and LGBT rights in the United States.

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John H.

Here is a movie I thought I would never see. A documentary about a few years of anti-gay discrimination in a small Midwestern town. Some of the people interviewed here say that they never thought it would happen to them. But it did, and they are living proof of that. This is a powerful, moving and thought-provoking film that makes you think and think a little about what you think you know. A must see for anyone who is gay, or who knows someone who is. This movie also makes you wonder what could have happened if it hadn't been for the initial attack on the club. It's a very interesting movie, I would say a must see.

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Donald Reynolds

In the beginning, I was a bit sceptical about the whole thing. I didn't know what to expect and what to believe. I was afraid that this film would be just another hate-fest. I was wrong. This documentary was very well made. It was very informative and very informative. I felt like I was in the room with these people. I thought it was very moving and heart-warming. I don't think it was to preachy. It was more of a feel-good film. It really touched my heart. I felt like I had a better understanding of the issues. I think it was very inspiring. I think the film was well-done and it made me feel good about the world. I felt like I was there with these people and it made me feel like I was part of their life. I think it was a very powerful documentary and it really made me think about my life and my country. I think it's very inspiring and I think it really helped me to understand the issues a lot better. I think it was a very good documentary and it was very well-done.

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Susan Crawford

I'm a white guy and I was really impressed by the movie. It is an informative and inspiring documentary. It was a lot of fun to see how many people across the country have been affected by the decision to go to war. It was great to see so many different countries with their own views on the issue. The main problem is that there is no national conversation in the U.S. It's just a state by state issue. I'm very interested in seeing how other countries have dealt with this issue. I would love to see the rest of the world deal with this issue and see how it affects people in other countries. I am so proud of the men and women who have served and continue to serve. I'm very proud of the women who have been involved in the issues surrounding this issue. I hope they will continue to have a voice and be heard in the future. I am also very proud of the countries that have been dealing with this issue and how they have dealt with it. The fact that it was a film on a national level made it all the more important. I hope it can be made into a book and be made available to everyone. I hope that all the men and women who have served will be able to share their stories with the world and continue to share their stories. I want to know what other countries are dealing with and how they are dealing with the issue.

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Jose A.

A truly wonderful documentary about the freedom to marry. I have seen it twice and I plan on seeing it again. This is the kind of movie that you will never forget. The words that are used in this film are not cliches. They are actual words from the hearts of people that have experienced this freedom and it is truly inspiring. It is the truth. A film that will touch the hearts of all people who have a heart.

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Pamela Vasquez

The documentary is fascinating and beautifully shot, and the stories of the people who were involved in it are equally compelling. I highly recommend it. I am surprised by the low ratings here. The documentaries that I have seen are well-done and usually have good plot and good characterization, and this one has both of those elements. The film is a little long, but it was necessary to tell the stories of the people involved. The problem is that the documentary doesn't tell the stories very well. I don't think the people who were interviewed in the documentary were particularly well-known, and they don't get enough time to tell their stories. I am a little surprised that people are saying this is "terrible." I think that the people who are upset are the ones who didn't know the people involved, and I think that this is a great documentary that should be made more widely available.

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Carolyn C.

This is the first time I have watched a film in which an individual was the subject of the film and how it affected the entire family. I have to say that this documentary is an extremely compelling and personal film. A family, all of whom have been affected by the effects of the decision of the Supreme Court, have created an unusual bond. The film does a great job of letting the family tell their story and not only to give a narrative voice to the decision but also to let the audience get to know each of the members of the family. The film uses interviews from many of the members of the family to provide a sense of the reality and impact that the decision had on each family member. The film also provides a good amount of background information on the historical aspects of the decision, and a good amount of information on the effects of the decision on the entire family. Overall, this is a very compelling film, that gives a good amount of information on how the decision affected the family members. The documentary does a great job of not only providing a voice to the individuals in the family but also to the entire family. This is a very compelling film that is very much worth seeing.

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When I first saw this documentary, I had to see it again. I can't believe I only saw it once, but it was worth every minute of the 1 hour and 34 minutes it took to watch it. This is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It makes me wonder why there are so many hate and intolerance groups on the internet. It makes me wonder why so many people are so intolerant. This documentary makes me realize that tolerance is one of the most important things to have in our society. It shows that tolerance can go both ways, which is important. The first time I saw this documentary, I was on a mission to find the perfect marriage. I did so many searches and I found out that there are many different kinds of marriages. This documentary gives you a lot of information about different types of marriages. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about marriage and tolerance.

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Howard L.

What the media fails to tell us about the emotional and psychological effects of same sex marriage on children is one of the major flaws of this film. We can't forget that this is a film about the effects of same sex marriage on children, not about the people who have committed to this union. In fact, the film makes the same point that many other documentaries do, that people are confused by the very concept of marriage. Many people have left the church because they have found that marriage has been replaced by "marriage", a common misunderstanding that the film makes clear. Another important point is that the marriage in the film is not a church ceremony but a marriage between two consenting adults. As a matter of fact, the ceremony is not that different from any other marriage ceremony. And that is why we have to accept the fact that there is a difference between "traditional" and "civil marriage". We must realize that the meaning of marriage is as old as the world itself. We must understand that people are really struggling to figure out the meaning of marriage, because we live in a world that is changing rapidly and this is one of the reasons why we have to study history more. People need to understand that marriage is not something that happens to us, it is something that has been around for as long as there have been people, and for that reason it is not something that is a piece of cake. So, to sum it up, this film is a must watch for people who have studied the subject and want to understand the issues and the confusion surrounding same sex marriage. This film can be watched over and over again because it does a good job of illustrating the confusion of the people involved. I highly recommend it.

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Diana C.

We are currently in the final week of the campaign to make the freedom to marry a legal right in the United States. We've gotten tons of support from the general public, local and national politicians, business people, and people who have gone before to change this law and have found that the people are tired of waiting for a law to change and are ready to make a change themselves. It's great to see a movie that shows the everyday people behind the change, and even the people who are working against it. The movie is well-made and honest, with great reporting, interviews with leading experts, and lots of laughs. The film's title is taken from a law that passed in Oregon in 1989. This law makes it legal for same-sex couples to marry in the state. The film was originally going to be called "Free to Marry" but the movie was changed so that it is not even called that. This was to make it easier for all of the people to see that the law has not changed, but rather the people who have made it happen are being given a second chance. The film will go to theaters in Washington, DC, and in six other states. I encourage everyone to see this movie, especially to people who have been against the freedom to marry, because the people behind the change are the ones that have really made it happen. We can all learn a lot from this film. It's an important part of our nation's history and it's a chance to show that change is possible, even if it's only at the local level. Thank you for your support.

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Grace Garza

I will never understand why this movie has been "shut down" in its first and second weekends. It's a well-done documentary that shows how the most conservative of states, Utah, passed its Marriage Protection Act in 2000. It's a pro-gay movie and very, very accurate. But a lot of people who have bought into the gay propaganda have not seen this movie. So they are very biased against the bill and this movie. This is a must-see for everyone.

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Scott Sanders

I think the only way to understand this documentary is to think about how religion and religion-related issues have been in the United States and in the world. In fact, this documentary is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. The filmmaker did a great job and made sure that we got all of the facts and explanations of religion and religion-related issues. The questions and discussions that the filmmakers had with the participants were very interesting and I think everyone should watch this film.

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James R.

Roderick (Michael Douglas) is a Christian and works for a bible group in his home town of Coralville, Indiana. After a Christian family moves into his neighborhood, he must deal with an unruly group of neighbors and religious extremists. The Freedom to Marry is a documentary film about the relationship between Christians and Muslims, and it's most compelling argument is that, contrary to what the media may lead you to believe, Christians are not going to be discriminated against by the government. The most shocking thing about this documentary is that the filmmakers were actually forced to make this film, because they felt so strongly about it. In the documentary, the subjects are interviewed in very candid, natural, and engaging ways, and the footage is mostly in black and white. This creates a film that is both inspirational and highly entertaining, as well as enlightening. The interviews range from one-on-one with a Muslim convert to a father and son who are both converts to Islam, to a Muslim woman who converted to Christianity. The film's goal is to show you the human side of the situation, and it does this well. It also makes an important argument against the anti-Muslim rhetoric that has been spewed by the media and politicians. The film is also a great introduction to the subject of Islam and its followers. The film is a fascinating look at the evolution of Islam and how it came to be what it is today. While there is a lot of misinformation in the media about Islam, this film helps dispel a lot of the misconceptions. If you're interested in Islam, this is a great film to watch. The Freedom to Marry is recommended.

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Anna Kelley

This film is the perfect antidote to the constant barrage of anti-gay propaganda that is so prevalent in our society today. I found the film to be honest, insightful, and emotionally powerful. It has been a while since I've been so moved by a documentary. I loved it!

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Ryan C.

I was so happy to see this film. It is so heart touching and inspiring. It is a must see for anyone. You will find yourself thinking about it for a long time. The music is perfect, the cinematography is incredible and the people are amazing. The most important part of this film is the message it gives. It is so uplifting and inspiring. This film is for everyone who is struggling to get married or is married. It is so important to get it out there to everyone. Everyone has the right to marry the person of their choice. I know that this film will make people want to get married and have children. This film is a must see for everyone.

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Gregory Ortiz

A great documentary about the case of "The Freedom to Marry" which is an important case for the gay community. In the film, the film maker interviews several people involved in the case. I think that this is an important documentary because it has an important message. However, it is a bit long and you have to watch it twice to fully understand it. Also, some of the interviews are somewhat off-the-wall and weird. I would recommend it to gay people who are interested in the gay rights movement. The gay community has not been treated very well in the past and this film is showing the gay community that it is not going to be forgotten.

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In my opinion, this documentary is a great film to watch. I would highly recommend it to anyone, and anyone who has ever been in the situation of being in a same-sex relationship, or gay-related relationship. It's a very good film that covers all the bases. I also think it is important to have the support of a gay-related person in your life. This documentary has a great supporting cast, and the director makes sure to include all of the major players. It's great to see a documentary that is so well made, and it shows how much support can be given to people in same-sex relationships. It's also a great documentary to watch with someone who has been in a same-sex relationship, and you can share your own experiences and thoughts with them.

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Randy Robinson

The Freedom to Marry is a wonderful documentary that explores the relationship between African American and white, and the lengths to which people will go to remain "the other" in a world that seems to be moving towards acceptance of the LGBT community. It's a very powerful and insightful look at the struggles that African Americans have faced throughout the years, and their willingness to fight for equality. It's not an easy film to watch, but I can't say that I've seen a documentary that has dealt with so many issues that people face in this country. The Freedom to Marry is an amazing film, and I strongly recommend that you watch it.

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Anthony Simmons

I saw this movie in the theaters with my family. The movie was really moving, and I really felt it. I was also a little worried that it would be a little too Christian, but it wasn't. It was very moving, and I definitely recommend it to anyone.

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Russell F.

This is the first time I have watched a documentary that has been produced by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. I have been watching some of their documentaries on the topic of the LGBTQIA community. I was expecting to see some talk about the laws, but I was surprised to see the depth that this documentary had to offer. This documentary is not a talking point. It gives the actual voices of the LGBTQIA community to tell their story. The gay community, for example, has a very big problem with some of their own members. They are making a big deal out of a couple's sexuality and trying to get people to accept that they are married to their partner. However, the real issue that the community faces is that the way they have been dealing with the issue of being gay is really not doing a good enough job. They have been hiding their sexuality from their friends, family, and coworkers. In the end, they have made some really bad decisions because of it. This documentary gives you the real voices of those involved and the really bad decisions they have made. This documentary is definitely a must see. The only thing that is not clear from this documentary is whether the gay community is actually as LGBT as they want us to believe.

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Anna K.

The Freedom to Marry is a great documentary that is interesting to watch and it contains many different points of view that we as a society have. Some people think it is a true story and some people think it is a total lie, but either way, it is a great film. The director of this documentary is Anne Collins, who is a sociologist and she works on marriage and divorce and she does an amazing job of telling the story. I was really impressed by her work in this film, she's a really talented person who has a very open mind and is not afraid to tell the truth. The Freedom to Marry is a great film because it is a great documentary that tells us a great story and it's a great film to watch.

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The Freedom to Marry is a great documentary. It is very interesting to see the true story of the Freedom to Marry movement. The Freedom to Marry movement is what got this country to go in favor of same sex marriage and was one of the reasons why same sex marriage is legal in many countries. If you are one of the supporters of same sex marriage and you are looking for a documentary to educate yourself on the subject, this is the film for you. It is very informative and well done. The interviews are so good that it is hard not to believe them. It is also good to see the progress that has been made since the documentary was made in 1996. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Henry H.

I had read some of the negative reviews and decided to watch the film. I must say, this was a great film. It was informative, beautiful, and entertaining. I have seen many documentaries on same sex marriage and this one was very different. It was very educational and gave an accurate depiction of what same sex marriage really means. It also made me realize how important my stance on same sex marriage is and that we are not alone in our struggle to be recognized as equal. I think that it's important that everyone knows the truth about marriage equality and how the majority of people are NOT against same sex marriage. We are just waiting for the day that this issue will be debated and decided upon by the general public. The film was very entertaining and I recommend it to everyone. My favorite quote was from a professor who said that he has been on both sides of the argument and he has to be honest with himself. He said, "In every issue there are people who do not like you and people who do not like you, but that is the way it is."

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Jacob C.

This is a powerful documentary. It covers the history of same sex marriage, the discrimination against gay men, and how marriage equality is a solution to the problem. It also shows the commonalities between different races and cultures. The documentary is very well made, and the director's voice is strong enough to tell the story. The photography is also very good, and it's one of the best documentaries I've seen. The fact that it was made by a man was very well considered. It was a difficult decision to do this documentary, and the directors really did their job well. This is one of the best documentaries I've seen. The story is very important, and I recommend it to everyone. If you haven't seen it yet, I highly recommend it. This is a documentary that you should see.

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Jane P.

I've seen many documentaries and this one stands out. It's a portrait of the ups and downs of the court case in favor of gay marriage and what happens to the people who are fighting it. I'm not a fan of the media, but this film shows how biased and out of touch with the people who are affected by this issue. For example, how did they get the record companies to sign the agreement? Who was the one who was trying to get the record companies to sign the agreement? It's like they didn't want the record companies to have a hand in it. The thing that made this film really powerful was how quickly it came out. In the beginning it looked like it was going to be a really boring documentary, but when it came out, people were so moved by it. It's not a film that you would expect to get a lot of buzz. It's something you would watch for the passion and passion of the subjects. There's so much emotion in it that I was very moved by it. I think it is a great film and I recommend it to everyone.

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I am a woman, and I have watched the movie without knowing much about it. I had heard about this movie when I heard that two young people were going to marry, so I decided to watch it. I thought it would be like the TV show "Modern Family", but it was much different. It was very interesting and I was shocked when I learned that the movie was based on the book of the same name. The movie was great. I really enjoyed it. I hope you will enjoy the movie as much as I did.

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Christina Stone

This is a very good film that exposes the social conservatism that the Republican Party espouses. Not only do we get to hear from many of the key players in the campaign, but we see interviews with members of the Bush family. We also get to hear from numerous journalists and pundits who have been doing their job since the 1970s, such as Dan Rather, Roger Ailes, Ann Coulter, Norman Ornstein, etc. It is also nice to hear from Ralph Reed who worked for many years as a campaign advisor for President Reagan. He is quoted as saying, "The Republican Party is in danger of becoming a caricature of itself." The film is well worth seeing and the interviews are very insightful. You will also see at least one really major candidate for president who was gay, and he was well liked by most Republicans. Overall, a very good film that deserves a place in your personal library. However, one of the highlights of this documentary is to hear from several of the Republican presidential candidates, who have all come out for same sex marriage. I will definitely be seeing the DVD and I am really glad I did.

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Dylan H.

This is a very nice documentary. I was shocked and disturbed to see how much this has been misrepresented by the press. It's about the beginning of the gay rights movement, and it is the story of one man, and his struggle to be recognized as the man he truly is. It's fascinating to see how many people are afraid to be openly gay, because it would mean their careers would be destroyed and they would be shunned by society. It's also very funny to see how some gay men try to pass themselves off as straight, because it is so easy to do. The film was made for "gay marriage," but in a way that's very touching, especially with the interviews with the actors, but also with some of the people who had been involved in the gay rights movement. The film was made in 2005, but the historical context of how the gay rights movement began is still fresh in the memory. I wish there had been more discussion about what the issue really was. But there are still a lot of questions that haven't been answered.

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Grace Riley

This documentary addresses issues of the racial divide within the LGBT community, and how these issues are compounded in the LGBT community. LGBT people can identify as many or none of the above-mentioned. When a person identifies as neither male or female, he/she experiences discrimination from both the gay community and the general public. This documentary is a bit preachy, and the subject matter is probably a bit more in-depth than I would have liked. The documentary is a bit of a victim-blaming "cry wolf" because there are more victims than perpetrators, but the overall point of this film is very relevant. It doesn't make people feel good, but it does provide some sense of awareness. The documentary is pretty good overall, and worth watching.

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We're proud of the independence of women and marriage equality. I believe this film is one of the most powerful films of the year and not just in the United States. It's inspirational and fun, it's inspiring and fun. It's not only about marriage equality but about many other issues that are important to me, not just the rights of women. It's really great to see that there are not just some loud, obnoxious liberals who will make the film difficult to watch. This is a film that is about more than just marriage equality. It's about our values and what it means to be a good person. It's a film that reminds us that it's all about the journey, not the destination. I am so glad to see that the documentary filmmakers are working so hard to bring attention to a cause that I feel that I need to be a part of. Thank you for making this film and supporting it.

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Larry Burke

I haven't really seen many documentaries that deal with LGBT issues. The films that I've seen dealing with these issues are very vague and indirect. This one takes a stance and gives a very good account of the subject matter. It's extremely detailed and informative and if you're an LGBT activist, this is an important film. The biggest problem that I had with this film is the fact that there's some misinformation. Some of the information given was incorrect. For example, the fact that these stories have a disproportionate impact on the black community. It's true that it's very rare that these events lead to a lot of violence but in general, it's more common for these events to lead to violence and it's extremely rare that a black family is pushed over the edge. The second problem was the fact that they give a very negative depiction of the gay community. One of the main things that I was interested in was to see how they dealt with the issue of bisexuality and homosexuality. I was surprised to see that they didn't address the issue of bisexuality. This is because bisexuality is not very common among the black community. They don't seem to show any examples of bisexuality, either. They also don't seem to have a strong connection to the black community. It's a fact that these events are extremely rare for them, which is something that the black community needs to be aware of. For example, they show a scene where two black people come into a bar and one of the black people asks for a drink and one of the white people says no. The white person then says that he's a black person and tells the black person that the drink is for black people. In the scene that follows, the black person asks the white person to leave. In response, the white person responds that he's a black person and that he wants the black person to leave. I think that this is very much something that we need to be aware of and I think that it's very important to show that there are many people of all races that support gay rights. The other thing that I wasn't really pleased about was that they gave a very negative portrayal of the black community. This is because the black community is not well known as the most accepting of the black community. They talk about how the black community doesn't accept the gay community and the fact that the black community is prejudiced against the gay community. This is because the black community isn't accepting of the gay community because they believe that the black community is racist. In reality, the black community is very accepting of the gay community because they recognize that there are a lot of gay people in their community. I think that this is something that the black community needs to be aware of. I think that the media should also be more inclusive of the black community. There are a lot of black people who are members of the media that are black and they also are the ones that are part of the gay community and they also are the ones that are part of the black community. I think that the media needs to be more inclusive of the black community and that's something that I'm looking forward to seeing more of. I think that

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Denise W.

I've never been a big fan of marriage equality, but I've found this documentary to be so much more than just a documentary. I am so glad that I saw it, and I look forward to more films about the subject.

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Thomas Evans

This is a wonderful documentary that examines the crux of a historic legal question about marriage and love, and what it means for the very human being in each case. It is about the thousands of Americans who have been forced to endure decades of 'discrimination' under the pretext of being a religious or moral 'believer'. The arguments for and against the inclusion of the amendment to the US Constitution are quite interesting, and are worth watching for the whole experience. At first, the arguments seem to me to be a rather superficial and 'obvious', and it is only at the very end when the arguments get more 'explained' that the film really begins to take on an almost 'philosophical' quality. But as a whole, this film is much more powerful than many other documentaries on this subject that attempt to 'discredit' the institution of marriage, simply because the makers of the film don't understand the true nature of what marriage is. It is a very good film, and it deserves to be seen by everyone. A very good documentary, definitely worth the time spent in seeing it.

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I'm a big believer in the idea that everyone should have the right to marry whomever they choose. I'm a lesbian. This is a movie that, I think, should have been made in the 90s. Because, honestly, when it came out, nobody had any idea what gay marriage was. I know, I'm one of the people that's opposed to it, but I think it should have been more widely known. It's a topic that is not that much talked about in the States, and there's not much representation. A lot of people just don't know what gay marriage is, but there's not much representation, and it's never talked about in the news. I thought the movie was great. It was really interesting to see how different countries treated gay marriage. I thought the actors were really well chosen, they really played their characters. They were really interesting, and the film really portrayed what a lot of people are thinking, and how it would feel to be in their situation. I thought that the director really did a good job, he really made the movie look like it was shot on film. And I liked the way that he showed the love that the couple had for each other, and how they lived their lives. It was really touching, and I think that it was really great to see the love and the commitment that they had for each other. It was really good. I give this movie a 10/10.

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Rachel Stanley

If you want to understand the religious conflict in the United States and the reasons behind this conflict then you will like this documentary. I remember back in the 1980s, when I was in high school, I would come home from school and see the cover of the newspaper with the headline "Duke University Admits They have a Homosexual Racist on the faculty." And that's how this film makes you understand the faith-based reaction of the "religious right." Although I am not a Christian, I have read the Bible and have studied the writings of the biblical writers. I also understand that many of the issues in the film are not that far-fetched. The fact that these are not our problems and that we need to change them doesn't make them any less real or important. For example, I'm not a big fan of the term "persecution," but it could be considered a common form of discrimination that still exists. So this film may seem a little over-simplistic, but it is a very well-made film and I'm happy that it has been released. The interviews with the various people that the filmmakers spoke with were very interesting and I would recommend that people see it. You'll learn a lot about religion, America and about the Christian faith.

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Anna Mason

This documentary begins in 1999 with the American vote for the US Supreme Court and its decision to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act. This decision put the "gay" and "lesbian" vote on the line for the first time. In addition, there were no other cases in the history of the US Supreme Court that had the issue of marriage equality on the table before the election. This made it important to get the issue out there and make it known to the world. By the end of this documentary, all the arguments and arguments against gay marriage and equal rights for gay couples were laid out. After that, we hear from several experts that explain how the gay and lesbian communities were fighting for marriage equality and why this would be important for their communities and their children. The documentary ends with the full range of arguments for and against marriage equality. It was an eye opener for me as a Christian. The argument for gay marriage is one that has been taken to the extreme by many. This documentary covers many arguments and also gives a balanced view of them. There are several important points made in this documentary that I think are important for Christians. These points include the following: 1) Love is a gift from God and it cannot be taken away from you by other people 2) This isn't about protecting the "gay" community from being hurt by their own actions. It is about protecting the "gay" community from hurting themselves by not living the Christian lifestyle. 3) Homosexuals aren't people that they have to accept. This is something that we can all learn from. The homosexual lifestyle has been very harmful to our society. It is something that is always going to be with us and even though it is not always right, it is always wrong. 4) Homosexuals can be gay but they can also be straight. I think that we need to understand that people are not born gay. Homosexuality is something that people choose. 5) Our society has become so hostile to the homosexual community that the argument that this is not a sin isn't really an argument anymore. We have become so hostile to the homosexual lifestyle that we have become convinced that it is not a sin. This point is also a very important one to note. Many people are not really sure what homosexuality is and if it is a sin. In my opinion, this is one of the main points that this documentary tries to address. It is interesting to note that people still aren't sure what homosexuality is. Some people just can't tell what it is and say that they don't know what it is. This documentary tries to explain what homosexuality is, what it does to the people that are involved, and what it is not. Some people are afraid to come out of the closet because they don't know what to do. This documentary helps people understand that homosexuality is something that God has made us for and not something that we have to accept. The other important point is that gay people are also people that they should accept. They are just people that they have to accept. Many people have the wrong ideas about homosexuality because of the way that they have been raised. Many people have always been taught that homosexuality is wrong, and they don

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This movie is an eye-opener for those who have never seen a movie with a gay theme or man and woman in a relationship before. If you think this movie is straight, think again. In this movie you will see a man and woman, two teenagers, living together. They talk to each other and talk about their feelings, their problems, and their goals. This movie is not for those who want to see a real representation of the gay community. Instead, this movie is for those who want to know more about the issues facing gay people in the US today. This is a must see movie for everyone who is gay or wants to be. It will open your eyes and tell you what is going on in your community.

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Well-made, thought-provoking documentary about the efforts to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It's really great that it wasn't a liberal Democrat who helped pass the act. And they did a really good job showing how racist the South was. The Civil Rights Act was passed with the support of both Republicans and Democrats, but at the end of the day, it was a Republican president who signed the bill. I found it very interesting that this was a documentary about the history of the act, but it also focused on how it affected society today. I would suggest that you watch the movie, but don't expect a film-noir-style version of the Civil Rights Act.

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Benjamin Gibson

I think this is a really good documentary. I really enjoyed it, the subjects are really interesting. I don't know if it is a political or a personal issue, but it's something that should be discussed and brought up. I think it's really sad that there are so many children and young adults in the United States of America that don't know about their parents' experiences, and are wondering about whether or not they could have had the same relationship that their parents had. It's something that I think that should be brought up and studied in schools, because people's expectations should be lowered for all families. I also think that the documentary and interviews that are done with people who have been through the process are really really good, and bring out the best that we can learn from them. The interview with the gay couple was really good. I thought that they were really honest and open. I also thought that it was interesting that some of the interviews that are done are with people who are very conservative, and have different opinions on issues like homosexuality. But it's really important to know what people think. We shouldn't be so afraid to change people's minds. In some parts of the documentary, the interviewees have said that they believe that homosexuals shouldn't be discriminated against, because of what they do, and they think that homosexuals should be treated equally. I think that if they would just talk about the reasons that they are gay, and not just talk about their feelings, then they could go a little further. I also think that it's important to give people the chance to talk about what they have to say. I think that this is something that should be studied more, because there are people who don't want to change the minds of others, because they don't want to change their feelings. But it's something that people should be given the chance to talk about. I also think that it's really important to get to know a lot of people that you're interviewing, because they might tell you something that you didn't know. I think that it's important to be educated about what people believe, because if you know that there are people out there that are just like you, you're more likely to understand what you're dealing with.

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Phillip Davidson

The movie was great. I am a progressive Democrat and I voted for this bill and am glad to see it pass. This movie was informative and inspirational. It was also entertaining. The fact that it was researched was very helpful to me. I am now a Republican because I wanted the opportunity to pursue my dream. I feel this movie was very accurate. I really enjoyed the interaction of both sides of the issue. It was very interesting and I think everyone should see it.

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A lovely documentary from the show-man's point of view. It shows how what we would call politics is in the minds of some people. It shows the efforts of a couple to change the government and achieve what they consider to be the true American dream. What a nice family. And how they got the change they wanted. However, I think the show-man got it wrong. He didn't mention how they got the change they wanted. It seemed like they got it simply by talking. That's the problem with this documentary. It focuses on the change. That's how it should be. The show-man talks about what he thinks. The documentary shows the whole story and everything that happened in it. If the show-man had talked about that, the documentary would have been better. But the documentary is great. I really like the way the show-man showed what happened. He used interviews to show what happened and the way it happened. It's not perfect, but it's very good. It really is a great documentary. It's like a perfect documentary and you can't not like it. I give it an 8/10.

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Just like the book, I found the movie to be rather boring and not that well-done. The movie, like the book, was a little bit slow. I would have liked to see more of the marriage process and marriage in general and less of the cover-up, publicity, etc. However, the movie did contain some interesting moments that made it worth watching. I would have loved to have seen more of the actual trial of the "marriage" between M.K. and Mary. I would have liked to have seen more of the couples' interactions and reactions to the trial. As I was watching the trial, I found myself caring about the couple and their decisions. It was a good film, just not the book.

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Kelly Murphy

Lately, the U.S. Constitution has been the subject of much concern and debate. As a country we've found the need to be more "liberal", less "conservative", and more "liberal" in some of our legal standards. Even as an individual, we've become more "modern". In the recent elections, the more liberal candidate, Barack Obama, won the popular vote by a considerable margin. And that's exactly the point of the documentary, which brings together conservative and liberal lawyers to discuss how the Constitution is interpreted. By the end of the film, I was left feeling that while we're liberals and conservatives, we're also looking for the same thing. We want the same things in our legal system. But what we really want is to be left alone. As a society, we don't want any more legal action. We want more freedom and less government interference. It's up to us to decide how to get there. In the end, we all agree that a constitutional amendment to reverse the Supreme Court's decision on DOMA would be the best solution. What we should have as a society is an ethic of equality and liberty, not government interference and control. I recommend this film to anyone who thinks they can do a better job of expressing themselves and living a life of freedom. As a society, we should all be doing better than we are.

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Kathy H.

This is a fine movie that explores the background of the Roe vs Wade case in the United States. The movie is well done and important. But the real reason to watch it is to learn more about the history of the case and the ways in which women have changed the country and world. The movie does a good job of explaining the background of the case and the history of the people involved. The movie does not talk down to the viewers, but at the same time it does not dwell on the subject of abortion. If you are looking for a documentary to make you feel good and understand the human spirit, this is not the movie. If you want to learn more about the history of the case and how women have changed the world, this is the movie for you.