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Church & State

Church & State is a movie starring Jennifer Lynn Dobner, Mark Lawrence, and Jim Magleby. A surprise federal court ruling in 2013 legalized gay marriage for Utah - triggering a fierce battle in a state where Mormon church values...

Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Holly Tuckett, Kendall Wilcox
Torben Bernhard, Holly Tuckett, Kendall Wilcox, Jennifer Lynn Dobner
Jennifer Lynn Dobner, Jim Magleby, Taylor Petrey, Mark Lawrence
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A surprise federal court ruling in 2013 legalized gay marriage for Utah - triggering a fierce battle in a state where Mormon church values control the Legislature and every aspect of public life.

Comments about documentary «Church & State» (4)

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The downside of having a child is that you become a parent to the people you love and feel it is an achievement to be a parent. Unfortunately, as we all know, sometimes the people we love become the children of other people who have the same opinions and values. This film examines that phenomenon with the authors of The Difference Engine and more. It focuses on the positive side of having children, which I believe is the most important factor to have children, while focusing on the negative aspects. That being said, I really enjoyed the film, and felt it was a good depiction of the history of having children. It did not try to have a political message, and its emphasis was purely factual. It focused on how people reacted to having children and the success they had in their life. If you want to learn more, check it out.

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Nicole W.

The interviews are mostly foreign or cultural events, like a concert or a trip to the capital. This documentary shows how these events may have shaped the life of the people in those countries, how they reflected on their country, and how they got rid of the dark demons that they might have had. The documentary also shows how these events were recorded on television and film, and how this was used as a way to manipulate the people. Although I'm not sure what it means, it seems to show how governments in these countries created a situation where their subjects would talk about the dark sins they might have committed, so the governments would send their agents to kill them. It also shows how people in the audience are glued to the television screens and it shows how they hear their leaders speaking in different accents. These events may have had a positive or a negative impact on some people, but they probably would have also changed the lives of the people in these countries. This documentary also shows how the government tries to control the information it receives, and how it controls the media to get people to support their policies. This documentary is also full of interviews with people who live in these countries. The film ends with a video interview with people who had survived the genocide. It seems that the film's director wanted to show how much the atrocities were influenced by the media and the government. This documentary may be worth a look.

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I think this documentary is not at all a documentary. I would not even call it a documentary. This film is too long. What I mean is that the film could have been made in just 30 minutes. The film could have been put together in a day, and the remaining film would have been completed in two days. So, the film is not a documentary. The film does not have enough real footage to tell the story. I think that this film is mostly a very good look at what is going on in the middle east. But, I still think that the movie is a little too long, and I don't think that it is really a very good look at the Middle East.

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Dennis M.

When I first heard of this film, I was a little skeptical because I've never heard of it and I didn't know what to expect. I'm glad I watched it and I really enjoyed it. The film is a little slow in the beginning and a little boring, but the majority of the film is quite interesting. I really enjoyed the film and I think it's worth a watch. The film is about the relationship between the parents of a little girl, Anna, and her dad. Anna is a precocious, intelligent child who is extremely curious and interested in the world. She wants to know everything about it and her parents have been doing their best to keep her in a world of books and toys. At the same time, they also are doing their best to keep her from being influenced by her little sister. It's a fascinating relationship and it's not at all clear what the parents are doing to help their daughter. The film is a little slow, but I thought the film was interesting and it had a good ending. Overall, I really enjoyed this film and I think it's worth a watch.