Change of Life
Gary Catell is a devout and outspoken evangelical minister, who leads his congregation in the persecution of gays and lesbians. When his gay daughter is outed and commits suicide on the air during his nationally syndicated talk show, Gary looks to God for answers and a second chance to make things right with this daughter. The next day, Gary awakes to find that time has been rewound by two weeks, his daughter is still alive, and his spirit now inhabits the body of a gay man. As Gary struggles to come to grips with this new reality, he also comes to understand that second chances and redemption come with heavy prices. Part social allegory, part family drama, Change of Life chronicles the broken relationship between a father and daughter in a story about love, redemption, the consequences of hate and the power of a second chance. Film Festivals: Great Lakes Independent Film Festival 2009 WINNER Best Spiritual Film; LA Femme Film Festival 2009 Official Selection; Swansea Bay Film Festival 2010 Official Selection; South Africa International Film Festival 2009 Official Selection
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I think all of us should watch it.We want to change the world while we are not even trying to change ourselves.This world is our.We are existing here and We should change our behavior.If you are not gay you don/t even know how hard it is to be one in this world.People hate you ,destroy you .LIFE,HEALING,SUN,NATURE,HARMONY AND SPIRIT
Not to give too much away, but I found it particularly moving midway through and things had switched over. I hope it can help any out there who might still struggle with people in your life who think it's a "choice" or what not. Midway, we find the reverend in quite a new role, so to speak, and as we all know - much like I shudder at the thought of making out with a man - you can't just "choose" to be gay. Kudos for this film. The acting, writing and filming were just spot-on. Def drama, so on the love-meter - 4: chillax, but don't expect romance in the boudoir.
As always, pop the corn, here's your soda, don't drop milk duds on the white carpet, and pass the remote