This documentary reinforces my belief in the separation of church and state! Excellent job by Reed Cowan in providing an insightful background on the Mormon church, its teachings and the vital role they played for California's Proposition 8 ballot measure to deny same sex marriages. Very revealing documentary to say the least! Thanks to the LDS Mormon church, the state of California in 2008 received a devastating blow by taking away the rights of gay people to marry. Folks, this has been the most expensive ballot measure in the history of California! I find sad and very disappointing to see how the Mormon Church mobilized and collected millions of dollars to manipulate their own political agenda to pass proposition 8, so insidious! It is one thing to believe what you want to believe and follow your faith. I respect the religious freedom of others but when the church steps outside of its boundaries and takes away the rights of human beings to marry the person they love, I simply find that inexcusable and that is precisely what the Latter Day Saints Mormon church perpetrated. They teach that homosexuality "is an ugly sin, like adultery, incest, bestiality" yet they used to practice polygamy which is illegal by the way. However; it is my understanding the Mormon Church does not condone polygamy since the 1890's but they believe in the after life members can have multiple wives per this documentary. My point is as follows: First of all, a church that coonsiders gays the number one public enemy (yes more dangerous than nuclear weapons of mass destruction, or poverty, global warming, etc.) and preaches hatred and intolerance against homosexuals to the point of denying them equal rights is not in my personal opinion a decent or good place of worship. Jesus advocates love and tolerance, not hatred and discrimination. Second- a Church that mettles in politics and have ulterior motives to run themselves as a political machine should NOT be entitled to tax exempt status! Over 15 million dollars were given to this church to pass propostion 8! Common people and wake up; that money could be spent in so many useful ways: combat poverty, improve housing and public schools, medical research to fight disease, etc...but it was imperative to deny others the right to marry because gays are public enemy number 1 in America. The documentary revealed how certain Mormons suspected of being homosexuals were given shock therapy to "cure" them of that illness...Moreover, the case of a young Mormon that committed suicide inside the church was covered and his parents were relieved he did that because homosexuality was an abomination; I think his parents were the abomination. Utah has the highest suicide rate in the nation of gay adolescents because they have been stripped of their rights, you see public schools forbid gay student clubs/alliances thanks to a former Republican member of the Utah State Senate named Chris Buttars who despises gays and blacks and has made his feelings and opinions on the matter very clear to the public. Perhaps some may considering my review of this documentary scathing of the Mormon Church but so be it. The First Amendment of our Constitution gives me the right to express my opinions on any matter and after reviewing the facts depicted on this documentary I have reached the conclusion that the Mormon Church practices a dangerous doctrine, detrimental to unit cohesiveness. They blatantly discriminate against certain minorities and their actions towards supporting Proposition 8 should not entitle them to tax exempt status. The Government should not subsidize discriminatory beliefs with tax exemptions. Highly recommended documentary and if any of my Facebook friends is a Mormon and strongly believes that gays are public enemy number 1 then kindly remove yourself from my list of friends because I do not tolerate discrimination against others, especially the GLBT community.