Inlaws & Outlaws

The Film

Community Reviews

"Inlaws & Outlaws is a moving and persuasive account of the real "gay lifestyle": real people, in real relationships of fidelity, mutuality and self-giving commitment. It shows that gay and lesbian people are every bit as serious about their relationships, and that those relationships are every bit as deserving of society's acknowledgment, as their straight counterparts. This is a film that will change people's minds by changing their hearts. It is a "must see."
Bishop Gene Robinson, Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire

"This film truly captures what it means to love someone. We brought it to our town and hundreds showed up to our screening. Now we want every PLFAG chapter in our state to host one. It's that good."
Kathy Reim, President of WA PFLAG. There are 19 PFLAG chapters across Washington State

Inlaws & Outlaws is the perfect tool for advancing dialogue in our congregations. Our organization is committed to seeing dozens of faith communities in our state host the film."
Rev. Monica Corsaro, co-convener Religious Coalition for Equality. RCE is a membership organization of over 500 from open and affirming congregations across Washington State

"I've found it's good business to make a difference in my community. That's why I'm proud to be a sponsor of the Hearts + Minds Campaign. My support is helping to bring the film to communities all over Washington." Michael Cornell, real estate broker

"My wife and I first started showing the film in our living room, then my church, and soon we had so many other churches requesting it. It's really made a difference in Oklahoma."
Jim Wheeler, Oklahoma Posse

"We partnered with Equality Ohio and brought the film to six cities in Ohio! My chapter rented out a theatre and we sold out. I have never seen an audience so electrified by a movie about real people."
Sharon Groh-Wargo, Ohio PFLAG mom

"Last night was one of the most incredible experiences with a movie in my life! The tears flowed and flowed and flowed...this movie solidified my confidence in society."

"I laughed a lot, I cried a little, and I walked out with hope; I can't ask for much more than that in a movie."

"The film brought me to tears, made me laugh, made me think, and made me want to get its message out to others. The emotional depth of this movie is bound to affect even the most hardened person. I plan on petitioning my church to show the film."

"It's so rare to sit in a dark theater and feel connected both to the 'characters' and the people sitting around you. By the end of the film, I felt I knew them all."


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