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For They Know Not What They Do
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From the director of the acclaimed FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO comes FOR THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO, a new documentary that explores the intersection of religion, sexual orientation and gender identity in current-day America. The film won Audience Awards at Atlanta, Seattle, Ft. Lauderdale, Rochester, Phoenix & Warsaw Film Festivals.
The arrival of marriage equality was seen by many as the pinnacle achievement of the march toward full equality for LGBTQ people. But for many on the Right, it was the last straw, and their public backlash has been swift, severe, and successful. In collaboration with religious conservatives, politicians are invoking both the Bible and the U.S. Constitution in their campaigns for the ‘religious freedom’ to legally discriminate. By telling the stories of four families struggling with these issues, the film offers healing and understanding to those caught in the crosshairs of scripture, sexuality, and identity.
USA, 2019, 91 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Daniel Karslake
“Grounded in the stories of four LGBTQ people, ‘For They Know Not What They Do’ is an essential documentary and should be a must-watch for everyone.”– Danielle Solzman, SOLZY AT THE MOVIES
“Eloquent…enough sharp and novel details to make this one very much worth watching.”– Stephen Farber, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“’For They Know Not What They Do’ is an example of the power of documentary film. There is not hate within its message, just the intent to showcase what currently exists.”– Stephanie Archer, FILM INQUIRY
“By turns full of hope and full of heartbreak.”– Lorry Kikta, FILM THREAT
”A topical documentary featuring case studies of evangelical Christian families with gay and trans children. Features passionate, engaging stories , and it is to the film’s credit that it shows how people can grow and change.”– Gary Kramer, PHILADELPHIA GAY NEWS
“’For They Know Not What They Do’ is necessary filmmaking and necessary viewing.”– Marisa Carpico, THE POP BREAK