This was pretty good, Well shot and a good story to tell. I feel like it could have been longer. I live in Wichita and I am atheist, the way I see it is live how you want as long as what you do does not hurt someone then don't let anything stop you.
What a brave and timely issue to address. This short documentary shows the heart of Kansans and also brings light to a very serious issue in our country today. As you watch this please remember that God loves ALL people and take time to understand that we should do the same. Orientation, skin color, hair color, faith should not separate us from caring about one another. Thank you Adam and your team that put this movie together. May this project continue to help us ALL come to a deeper understanding of sexual orientation and how God looks beyond that and guides us into a loving relationship with our divine creator.
I watched this at Hutchinson's Salt City Pride festival. The film is well-balanced without falling into the both-sides fallacy. Burt is a courageous man, and as a resident of Central Kansas, his courage and poise in the face of discrimination gives me hope that the old-style bigotry invoked in too many churches will change.