In 1974, a Mormon missionary finds his world turned upside down when he falls in love with a handsome Italian Communist. With original 8mm film and fierce storytelling, Tom Clark recounts a love story set against the backdrop of coastal Italy wrought with faith, identity, cigarettes, and Thorazine.

Produced, Directed and Edited by GENÉA GAUDET
Executive Producer(s) – JASON SPINGARN-KOFF and STEVE WALLS
Composer – JOEL DOUEK
Sound Design and Mix – MICHAEL MCDONOUGH

// Official Selection //
2015 / Tribeca Film Festlval / New York City, NY
2015 / The New York Times Op-Docs Series
2015 / Newport Beach Film Festival / Newport Beach, CA
2015 / Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival / Los Angeles, CA
2015 / Traverse City Film Festival / Traverse City, MI
2015 / Sidewalk SHOUT LGBT Film Festival / Birmingham, AL
2015 / Portland Film Festival / Portland, OR
2015 / Calabasas Film Festival / Los Angeles, CA
2015 / Hell’s Half Mile Film and Music Festival / Bay City, MI
2015 / Oaxaca Film Festival / Oaxaca, Mexico
2015 / Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival / Seattle, WA
2015 / Heartland Film Festival/ Indianapolis, IN
2015 / Long Island Gay & Lesbian Film Festival / Long Island, NY
2015 / Taiwan LGBT Film Festival / Taipei, Taiwan
2015 / Napa Valley Film Festival / Napa, CA
2015 / Key West Film Festival / Key West, FL

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