Religion, politics and gay pride clash when out and proud New Yorker Jason Potts returns home to the small Tennessee town where he grew up to make life better for the LGBT teenagers living there. In a bid to give the kids some hope, Jason plans to hold the first-ever gay pride parade down the town's main street. Unknown to Jason, a conservative politician plots to use the parade as a means to identify who is gay in town, and he prepares with his minister a nefarious plan to send the lot of them off to an ex-gay Bible camp.
Earl Goshorn 2012, 90 min.
Webster University/Moore Auditorium (View)
470 East Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119