Bette and Tina are a lesbian couple who were in a relationship for seven years prior to the show's beginning.
Moore, who had received an Academy Award for his documentary Bowling for Columbine about gun violence in Americawas one of the most widely-recognized figures in popular culture at the time, and was a popular speaker on college campuses.
Moore had become a target of conservative political criticism and was viewed as an embarrassment by many moderate liberals and Democrats.
At the same time, Moore was also heralded as an innovative filmmaker and a proponent of free speech and unfettered dialogue. Moore's invitation to speak on campus divided the county and the state, with Latter-day Saints on both sides, expressing fervent support or criticism.
Many hated the fact that Moore had been invited to speak at UVSC, and an opposition movement successfully arranged for conservative talk show host Sean Hannity to give a "pre-emptive" speech from a counterbalancing viewpoint.
Some opponents of Michael Moore's even visit tried unsuccessfully to have the event cancelled. These opponents included Kay Anderson, who simply offered to write a check that would more than reimburse UVSC for the cost of cancelling the visit.
Although Anderson was one of the few on either side of the controversy that actually was willing to back up his views with action and a significant financial incentive or "bribe", some might sayhis offer was widely castigated by those who supported inviting Moore to campus.
A small minority of critics even viewed Moore's invitation as an anti-LDS move by UVSC, even though the student officers who issued the invitation and stood by their decision were returned missionaries and active Latter-day Saints.
Moore was not known to have ever been critical of Latter-day Saints, and when he actually spoke at UVSC he exhibited a suprising level of awareness of and admiration for Latter-day Saints.
In the end, some observers felt that neither the speeches by Michael Moore nor Sean Hannity had been sufficiently noteworthy or interesting enough to warrant so many weeks of controversy and media attention. The genuinely interesting events were those that happened in Utah leading up to these speeches, and it is these events that are captured in this compelling and unusual documentary.
The following films were released in commercial theaters although in some cases their commercial theatrical release was very limitedbut we do not have U.However, his novel, Broken Ground, suggests that a darker side of Hodgins's imagination has emerged, and with it brought a new complexity to his work without sacrificing the outrageous and sometimes magical visions .
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This page lists theatrically released feature films in which at least one major character is a Latter-day Saint/Mormon, or based on a real-life Latter-day Saint. Movies listed on this page include movies made by Hollywood studios as well as movies made by studios run by .
As to the real-life possibility of an Accidental Marriage being valid (at least in North America), it's pretty remote: although courts in both the U.S. and Canada have decreed that a couple who thinks they're legally married is legally married, at the same time a marriage usually isn't considered valid without a marriage license, which has to be purchased before the wedding (and in most places.
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