For They Know Not What They Do (2019)
Directed by Daniel G. Karslake
Genres - Culture & Society, Family & Personal Relationships | Sub-Genres - Gender Issues, Interpersonal Relationships, Religions & Belief Systems, Social Issues | Release Date - Jun 12, 2020 (USA - Unknown), Jun 12, 2020 (USA - Limited) | Run Time - 91 min. | Countries - United States | MPAA Rating - NR
Synopsis by Augustine Chay
Writer-director Daniel G. Karslake’s documentary examines the backlash from the religious right against the legalization of same-sex marriage by the American Supreme Court in 2015. It critiques the use of the Bible and the U.S. Constitution’s guarantee of religious freedom as a means to thwart the goal of marriage for LGBT citizens. By foregrounding the stories of families embroiled in this conflict, it advocates for reconciliation and acceptance.
acceptance, conversion, faith, forbidden-love, gay/lesbian-rights, homosexual, parent/child-relationship, parenthood, religion, same-sex-marriage, transgendered