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(217) 6.1 84 min 2018

Church & State is a movie starring Jennifer Lynn Dobner, Mark Lawrence, and Jim Magleby. A surprise federal court ruling in 2013 legalized gay marriage for Utah - triggering a fierce battle in a state where Mormon church values...

Starring
Jennifer Lynn Dobner, Mark Lawrence, Jim Magleby, Taylor Petrey
Genres
Documentary
Director
Holly Tuckett, Kendall Wilcox

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Holly Tuckett, Kendall Wilcox
Writer Torben Bernhard, Kendall Wilcox, Jennifer Lynn Dobner, Holly Tuckett
Stars Jennifer Lynn Dobner, Mark Lawrence, Jim Magleby, Taylor Petrey
Country USA
Runtime 1H 24M
Description A surprise federal court ruling in 2013 legalized gay marriage for Utah - triggering a fierce battle in a state where Mormon church values control the Legislature and every aspect of public life.

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Wednesday, 26 Aug 2020 10:50

The difference between life in North Korea and life in the United States is how much money the wealthy and privileged citizens of the United States have, and how much they give away. A documentary that is sure to shake the viewer to the core, and will be a classic. We are taken from the grim reality of the regime, to the luxury that the American population has, and what it means to the people in the DPRK. How much they have, and how they give away. The film touches on many subjects, but one is the the fundamental problem of the DPRK. They don't have a society, the citizens of the country live in a fantasy world. It's a place where everyone has power and everyone can do anything. The system is completely totalitarian, and there is no other word to describe it. In the past we could say that the people of the United States are very rich, but the problem is that most of their wealth is held in a small number of very wealthy people. The truth is that most of the wealth in the United States is in the hands of the very rich, and there are no limits to their wealth. The documentary shows the reality of the situation in the DPRK, and it's something that many of us have never seen before. One thing I would like to point out is that this is not a film about North Korea, it's a film about the United States. There are many similarities between the two countries, but the documentary is also a film about the United States. It shows the extreme level of wealth that exists in the United States, and it's just as difficult to live in the United States as it is in the DPRK. I think that if the documentary had been released in 2006 or 2007, and the North Korean government had been known to have a mass media machine, it would have been a huge deal. People would have seen this documentary and started talking about it. There would have been more exposure of the dictatorship and the extreme wealth that exists in the country, and the government would have had to be put on the defensive. It would have been the perfect opportunity for the regime to be embarrassed. The North Korean government has never been a friend of the United States, but it's time for them to wake up. If you're interested in North Korea, I think you should see this documentary. It's a must see. A great film.


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