Michael Lost and Found

Documentaries, 2017, 18 minutes
Michael Lost and Found
Benjie Nycum travels to Wyoming to visit his ex-lover, Michael Glatze, a former gay activist who now lives with his wife and works as a church pastor.
The documentaries Michael Lost and Found was released in 2017 and lasts 18 minutes. Parental guidance suggested This documentaries is Emotional.
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Score: 5.4 of the 10

When a feature film is made about them seven years after their break-up, Benjie Nycum visits his ex-boyfriend Michael Glatze and finally tries to get answers about his bewildering shift from gay activist to ex-gay evangelical.

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Audio: English
Subtitles: French;Simplified Chinese;German;Spanish;English

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