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8: The Mormon Proposition (2010)

Evaluation: 6.2 (Votes: 14)
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Movie Documentary "8: The Mormon Proposition" Torrent is rated with 6.2 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 14 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2010-01-01 by . . The length of the whole piece is 80 minutes.

Original title: 8: The Mormon Proposition
Slogan: Equality for some.
Genres: Documentary
Release date 2010-01-01
Duration: 80 Min
State: Released
IMDB: imdb.com
Keywords: independent film

8: The Mormon Proposition 2010 - Download Torrent limetorrents RARBG EZTV TORRENT9 1337X ZOOQLE KickAss YIFY TORRENTZ2 Streaming Magnet - Filmmaker and ex-Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints member Reed Cowan examines that church's nationwide efforts to prevent the legalization of gay marriage - including California's Proposition 8, which was passed by voters in 2008. Confidential church documents, statements by high-ranking church officials and other sources detail 30 years of efforts to turn back gay rights, particularly by the Mormon-sponsored National Organization for Marriage.



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Lisa Schwarzbaum

MetaScore: 67 Autor: Lisa Schwarzbaum

Filmmaker Reed Cowan (himself gay and raised Mormon) documents the church's considerable financial influence on Prop 8's passage. Then he expands his sad and furious homegrown film to record the misery of gay Mormons sometimes driven to suicide over being rejected by their church and families.

Kevin Thomas

MetaScore: 80 Autor: Kevin Thomas

As an exposé, there could hardly be a stronger case for ensuring and strengthening the separation of church and state -- or a stronger message to gay people as to the magnitude of the challenge to win equal rights.

Stephen Holden

MetaScore: 50 Autor: Stephen Holden

The highly emotional documentary is narrated by Dustin Lance Black, the screenwriter for “Milk,” who, like Mr. Cowan, is gay and grew up in a Mormon household.

Mark Jenkins

MetaScore: 65 Autor: Mark Jenkins

The movie poignantly demonstrates that, 41 years after Stonewall, there are still places in this country where gay people cannot simply be themselves.

Frank Scheck

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Frank Scheck

If the impact of co-director/writer Reed Cowan's film is undercut by its sometimes sloppy execution, it nonetheless provides a disturbing portrait of the increasing overlap between church and state.

Elizabeth Weitzman

MetaScore: 80 Autor: Elizabeth Weitzman

Cowan, a gay Mormon himself, deftly melds facts with emotions, alternating between a history of the church's anti-gay drive and interviews with those directly affected by it.

Movieline

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Michelle Orange

8 is most coherent as a chilling confirmation of both the mind-warping power of an institution like the Mormon Church and the extent to which politics is, above all, a marketing game.

Lou Lumenick

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Lou Lumenick

A hard-hitting exposé of a shameful episode.

Mick LaSalle

MetaScore: 50 Autor: Mick LaSalle

It's marred by loaded language and a propagandistic tone that undercuts rather than promotes its purposes.

J.R. Jones

MetaScore: 40 Autor: J.R. Jones

A chaotic sequence midway through shows Mormon and gay-rights protesters shouting abuse at each other in San Francisco, and that's pretty much what the whole movie feels like.