Opponents of gay marriage will undoubtedly dismiss this low-budget documentary as nothing more than homosexual propaganda, and, frankly, they'll be completely accurate. The earnest piece of agitprop waves its rainbow flag as it takes a scattershot look at recent court battles, how gay people suffer when their relationships aren't legally recognized, and how progressive Holland and Canada are compared with America when it comes to allowing two men or two women to exchange wedding vows. While the film provides some rah-rah inspiration for queer activists, it's not particularly enlightening, with most of its material extensively covered by the media already.
Jim de Sève
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