Anyone and Everyone Movie Night
Thursday, March 19th at the Loft
252 Bryant Ave., White Plains
The Loft’s new Location
7:30pm film screening
There will be an opportunity for discussion afterwards.
“…a moving documentary of American families’ most heart-wrenching and heartwarming moments.” -Keith York, KPBS Director of TV Programming
Connected by having a son or daughter who is gay, parents across the country discuss their experiences in the documentary Anyone and Everyone. Filmmaker Susan Polis Schutz depicts families from all walks of life. Individuals from such diverse backgrounds as Japanese, Bolivian, and Cherokee, as well as from various religious denominations such as Mormon, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Hindu, and Southern Baptist, share intimate accounts of how their children revealed their sexual orientation and discuss their responses.
The parents also talk about struggling with the pain of their sons and daughters dealing with not being accepted by relatives or friends, and being ostracized by religious congregations.
In addition, the film depicts meetings of PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) where people get support and help.
“Anyone and Everyone is a moving and beautiful portrayal of the love between parents and children, and the work some parents are willing to do for the sake of that love.” – Bent Lens Cinema
Co-sponsored by PFLAG Westchester, The Loft, and Center Lane