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Tony Morris (Christopher Hunt) is a local newspaper reporter who is demoted to writing for his paper's community section after his credibility is falsely called into question. Little does Tony know that his first assignment in his new role presents the biggest challenge of his young career. With his job on the line, Tony is assigned to cover the town's first Gay Pride Day and interview parade organizer Markus Fry (Timothy Paul Taylor).
Challenged to an open debate on the biblical principles of homosexuality, Tony must choose between relying on his Christian values and moral convictions or taking the easy way out and just writing the story. Will Tony's entire reporting career come crashing down if he dares to stand up for what he believes? Approx. 112 minutes.
Publication Date: 2014
Me5 Stars Out Of 5Worth watching!March 2, 2017MeQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5This was not a high budget movie with a lot of high priced actors but I will definitely watch it again and share it with others. It was real and dealt with a really uncomfortable situation that our society deals with on a regular basis in a way that communicated the Gospel and also showed love for the sinner without condoning the sin. It was not judgemental but very clearly communicated it was not God's Way. Although the movie dealt with the homosexual issue, I think the purpose of the film was as much about the need for Christians to be free to speak up for and live their faith, to not fear sharing it, even when it may not be accepted because you never know who will hear it and whose heart will be touched. In the real world, things take time to effect people, and some times they are rejected. I hope there is a sequel at some point to follow up on some parts of the story that we didn't see the end results for.
LadybugNCAge: 45-54Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5Not impressedFebruary 19, 2016LadybugNCAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 2Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2I found this movie lacking in so many areas. The acting was terrible, but that's not the bad part. There were so many occasions when the reporter could have made such a difference. When Markus asked him why he saved his life, he said 'I don't know.' A bit later he refuses a hug from Markus. I thought his 'great' article would be about 'we all sin and fall short of God,' but instead it was almost a rant about how he's proud to be a Christian and isn't going to hide it anymore. Just missed the mark on so many levels. I was very disappointed.
eorjs5 Stars Out Of 5Right To BelieveSeptember 2, 2015eorjsQuality: 2Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The acting was poor but got a little better as time went on. I feel the moral value was well worth taking the time to get through the poor acting. In spite of the bad acting it was right on when it got down to the point of the story. The story was of great value to anyone with a heart for God and His creation. If we love God, we do not love the sin but we need to love the sinner. In this story I could not help but love the sinner, my heart broke for him! I look forward to the day when the truth is reviled to all mankind!
IAmANobodyTexasAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5THIS MOVIE TOUCHED MEApril 8, 2015IAmANobodyTexasAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This movie touched me, no pun intended, in areas of my life where it needed to be touched. If you're looking for a good movie to watch, one that will move you the way it did for me, this is the movie I would recommend.