"Disciples" explores three exmormon lives

Disciples from Jordan Currier on Vimeo.

From the director:

"Disciples" explores the lives of three openly gay exmormons who all left the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in pursuit of equality, sometimes at great personal cost. The film documents the unique experiences and challenges that gay men face in a religion that places a premium on so-called "traditional marriage." The Mormon church, through its staunch support of Proposition 8 -- California's gay marriage ban -- has demonstrated its inability to help gay mormons bridge the gap between their sexual identity and their belief system.

JMC437 Films presents

A production of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Executive Produced by John Booth
Produced by Desiree Salazar
Shot and edited by Alexander Rosen
Directed by Jordan Currier

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