God Loves Uganda

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Anonymous

Amazing documentary.

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LK

Infuriating - the people, not the film.

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Roger

After growing up in a black church, that represented belonging, love and community, it also shut its doors to me as a gay person. That experience left me with the lifelong desire to explore the power of religion to transform lives or destroy them.

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