A b c d e f g h i j k l m n Latter Days DVD behind-the-scenes featurette.Aaron is rejected by his father and scolded by his mother, who tells him that he needs to pray for forgiveness.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt appears as Elder Ryder, and.Christian returns to Los Angeles.In the treatment facility, Aaron hears a female voice singing and investigates.
Christian attempts to seduce Aaron, but the hesitant Mormon becomes upset by Christian's remark that sex "doesn't have to mean anything." Aaron accuses him of being shallow and walks out.Christian confesses his love, and despite his misgivings, Aaron admits his own feelings of love.Farron is portrayed as a distant, evasive individual.
Contents Elder Aaron Davis, a young Mormon from Pocatello, Idaho, is sent to Los Angeles with three other missionaries to spread the Mormon faith.Fabris Archived at the Wayback Machine."A Topic Deeply Buried".
In a deleted scene, she tells Aaron that his homosexuality has changed nothing between them.3 It was distributed through TLA Releasing, an independent film distributor, who picked it up through its partnership with production company Funny Boy Films, which specializes in gay-themed media.He discovers a music video playing on television, the song performed by Julie.
Watch breaking news videos, viral videos and original video clips.But if you are looking for a film that explores an array of gay issues without being an After-school special, this is the film for you.Michael Saul is definitely one to watch over the coming years.12 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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