Dinner and a Documentary: “For They Know Not What They Do” – Reconciling Event #2 of 4
Location: Fellowship Hall of the church
Documentary: “For They Know Not What They Do” (2019)
A film by Daniel Karslake / Length: 1 hour 31 minutes
Description: From the director/producer of “For the Bible Tells Me So” comes a powerful exploration of the intersection of religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity in America. Heartfelt but painful, devastating yet hopeful, the film examines what it really means to be “family.”
“When the Supreme Court legalized marriage equality, the backlash by certain Christians was swift, severe, and successful. This documentary looks at four faith-based families with LGBTQ+ children caught in the crosshairs of sexuality, identity, and scripture” (Tribeca Film Festival)
BRING YOUR OWN “BROWN BAG LUNCH.” DESSERT SUPPLIED.
Review by tseed-01785 (Nov. 19, 2020): “After coming out to my parents, we have a difficult time seeing eye-to-eye on many things. . . . We sat down and watched this movie together and by the end of it, hugs and tears brought us together.”