Or rather, save us. This muddled soaper serves as a creepy apologia for ex-gay ministries while nominally promoting the inclusive message that “love is good.” Christian soldier Gayle (Light) runs Genesis House—“specializing in sexual brokenness”—where Mark (frequent Advocate cover subject Allen) ends up after too many coke binges and one-night stands in filthy motels. Gay hell is followed by Mark’s redemptive love of the Lord and a rushed, too-late final act that gently reminds us that gay is okay. Brokenness? Let’s stick with Brokeback.