This is an emotionally charged topic that requires a multitude of voices in order to gain a meaningful perspective. This is a documentary that I don’t recommend for its academic vigor or balanced views. Instead, I recommend it as a peep-hole into the tragedy and pain of what occurs when religious ideologies get in the way of compassion and understanding. Where the film lacks in substantial theological prowess, it completely makes up in the “flesh and bone” stories of real people. Despite it’s implied bias I never felt it was pushing an agenda anymore than Christian movies pedal theirs. Rather, I felt it was a tender exposé on the other side of this debate.