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Alternately hopeful and hopeless, the film feels remarkably truthful--for good and bad.
Some tried to get a better education through the Job Corps, a couple of the males tried to join the miitary but had been turned away due to legal issues from the FLDS.
I never got a sense of who the boys were, and couldn't even really remember their names until the end!
Interesting documentary which followed teenage boys who left a fundamentalist sect of Mormons who practice polygamy and encourage young men to leave the sect so there are enough... Read morePublished 10 months ago by ruthie
Such a sad statement on how people use religion to control people's lives and how callus the offspring of these religious cults are thrown out like garbage because they are too... Read morePublished 11 months ago by David L. Stroman
I purchased this years ago for research I was writing on a book about religious cults. It almost broke my heart to see how these cult leaders and families threw away these male... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Hans Dieter Wulf
While the movie does give some unique insight into the FLDS Church, I found the movie to be boring and hard to watch. Read morePublished on March 17, 2013 by BigRog28
This documentary gives valuable insight into the FLDS, a closed community of polygamist extremists living near the Utah/Arizona border. You should watch it.Published on October 3, 2012 by Steve