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(252) 7.2 86 min 2016

The Freedom to Marry is a movie starring Evan Wolfson, Mary Bonauto, and April DeBoer. Over the last four decades, the concept of same-sex couples marrying went from a 'preposterous notion' to the national law. The Freedom to Marry...

Mary Bonauto, Evan Wolfson, April DeBoer, Noel Freeman
Eddie Rosenstein

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Eddie Rosenstein
Stars Mary Bonauto, Evan Wolfson, April DeBoer, Noel Freeman
Country USA
Runtime 1H 26M
Description Over the last four decades, the concept of same-sex couples marrying went from a 'preposterous notion' to the national law. The Freedom to Marry movement is now known as one of the most successful civil rights campaigns in the modern history, but change did not arrive by happenstance. This victory was carefully planned and orchestrated over decades. THE FREEDOM TO MARRY, a new documentary film, offers the untold, inside story of this historic movement. This is a riveting ride alongside Evan Wolfson and Mary Bonauto, the architect and the main litigator of the movement, and their key colleagues from earliest days of their journey to their final frenetic dash to the US Supreme Court.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 16:51

It's a shame that the media is still so biased against this issue. In my opinion, this is the real story that is needed in the media. We need to wake up and see that this is a major issue and the only one that will really affect our nation in the long run. I think this documentary will have a great effect on the politicians who haven't even watched it. It really gives you the background and why people are fighting for their rights and this is the main reason why this issue is important. It is a story that should be told, not the average, uneducated audience. The media should do a better job, and the main reason I say this is because the media always uses the same arguments. I hope they do a better job in this documentary and bring the issues to light. I think the reason why the media is so biased is because the people who are writing the articles always have their own ideas of what they are writing about and why they are writing about it. The other reason is because the media is afraid of losing advertising revenue. The media tries to control the topic and if it isn't favorable, it loses its funding. It's sad that the media is so biased and is only using the media to try and control the topic. This documentary should be a great tool to change things. It will give the people the opportunity to know more about this issue and see the issues from different points of view. People need to know what is really going on and what is happening in the media. We need to change the media and get it to be more honest and factual.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 05:06

As a longtime journalist, I have come to the conclusion that many of the issues addressed in the film are more relevant today than ever. What is often overlooked is the wide-ranging influence of this film on the larger political and cultural landscape. Despite the inclusion of many individuals and organizations that did not exist in the 1960s, it is clear that "The Freedom to Marry" has had an enormous impact on the lives of many people in the United States. While the film is mainly about same-sex marriage, its impact extends far beyond the marriage arena. The film focuses on the issue of discrimination in the workplace, the work-life balance of today's society, and the enormous power of the media. Despite the recent passage of Prop 8 in California, which allows same-sex couples to marry, the film concludes that it is not the gay community that is to blame, but rather the lack of civil rights in this country that has made it difficult for many to enjoy the fullness of their relationships. As someone who lives in an extremely conservative city in a very conservative state, I found the film to be an incredibly accurate depiction of a time when the gay community was on the receiving end of discrimination in a society that has become increasingly tolerant of diversity. I found the film to be very well-paced, with many scenes that kept my attention and were filled with a fascinating mix of stories. However, the film was also a little bit too long. As a result, I was very interested in how the story would end, but the ending did not hit me in the way that I was hoping it would. I think it is important to leave room for a sequel to the film, as it is clear that the gay community is still going through a very long and difficult time. Overall, I was very impressed with the film and would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in a film that tells a story about a very important issue. I would also recommend that those who are LGBT activists watch the film because the film will give you an understanding of the impact of the gay community and the impact of Prop 8 on the lives of many people who are LGBT. I would also recommend that you see the film at least once. While it is very difficult to give this film a 10/10 rating, I do not believe that it should be rated low enough for a recommendation. I think that the film was very well-done, but not at all deserving of the low rating that it received. While it is not a perfect film, it is an excellent one. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the topic of gay marriage and LGBT rights in the United States.
Sunday, 17 May 2020 18:43

What the media fails to tell us about the emotional and psychological effects of same sex marriage on children is one of the major flaws of this film. We can't forget that this is a film about the effects of same sex marriage on children, not about the people who have committed to this union. In fact, the film makes the same point that many other documentaries do, that people are confused by the very concept of marriage. Many people have left the church because they have found that marriage has been replaced by "marriage", a common misunderstanding that the film makes clear. Another important point is that the marriage in the film is not a church ceremony but a marriage between two consenting adults. As a matter of fact, the ceremony is not that different from any other marriage ceremony. And that is why we have to accept the fact that there is a difference between "traditional" and "civil marriage". We must realize that the meaning of marriage is as old as the world itself. We must understand that people are really struggling to figure out the meaning of marriage, because we live in a world that is changing rapidly and this is one of the reasons why we have to study history more. People need to understand that marriage is not something that happens to us, it is something that has been around for as long as there have been people, and for that reason it is not something that is a piece of cake. So, to sum it up, this film is a must watch for people who have studied the subject and want to understand the issues and the confusion surrounding same sex marriage. This film can be watched over and over again because it does a good job of illustrating the confusion of the people involved. I highly recommend it.
Friday, 08 May 2020 14:59

We are currently in the final week of the campaign to make the freedom to marry a legal right in the United States. We've gotten tons of support from the general public, local and national politicians, business people, and people who have gone before to change this law and have found that the people are tired of waiting for a law to change and are ready to make a change themselves. It's great to see a movie that shows the everyday people behind the change, and even the people who are working against it. The movie is well-made and honest, with great reporting, interviews with leading experts, and lots of laughs. The film's title is taken from a law that passed in Oregon in 1989. This law makes it legal for same-sex couples to marry in the state. The film was originally going to be called "Free to Marry" but the movie was changed so that it is not even called that. This was to make it easier for all of the people to see that the law has not changed, but rather the people who have made it happen are being given a second chance. The film will go to theaters in Washington, DC, and in six other states. I encourage everyone to see this movie, especially to people who have been against the freedom to marry, because the people behind the change are the ones that have really made it happen. We can all learn a lot from this film. It's an important part of our nation's history and it's a chance to show that change is possible, even if it's only at the local level. Thank you for your support.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 01:09

Roderick (Michael Douglas) is a Christian and works for a bible group in his home town of Coralville, Indiana. After a Christian family moves into his neighborhood, he must deal with an unruly group of neighbors and religious extremists. The Freedom to Marry is a documentary film about the relationship between Christians and Muslims, and it's most compelling argument is that, contrary to what the media may lead you to believe, Christians are not going to be discriminated against by the government. The most shocking thing about this documentary is that the filmmakers were actually forced to make this film, because they felt so strongly about it. In the documentary, the subjects are interviewed in very candid, natural, and engaging ways, and the footage is mostly in black and white. This creates a film that is both inspirational and highly entertaining, as well as enlightening. The interviews range from one-on-one with a Muslim convert to a father and son who are both converts to Islam, to a Muslim woman who converted to Christianity. The film's goal is to show you the human side of the situation, and it does this well. It also makes an important argument against the anti-Muslim rhetoric that has been spewed by the media and politicians. The film is also a great introduction to the subject of Islam and its followers. The film is a fascinating look at the evolution of Islam and how it came to be what it is today. While there is a lot of misinformation in the media about Islam, this film helps dispel a lot of the misconceptions. If you're interested in Islam, this is a great film to watch. The Freedom to Marry is recommended.

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