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We're All Angels
We're All Angels
Actors: deMarco, Jason Warner
Director: Robert Nunez
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Documentary
UR     2009     1hr 28min

In the world of evangelical Christianity, the very existence of a gay and Christian singing duo is a source of controversy. By breaking rules and stereotypes, Jason & deMarco hope to prove in We re All Angels that life can...  more »


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Actors: deMarco, Jason Warner
Director: Robert Nunez
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Documentary
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll, Gay & Lesbian
Studio: Centaur Entertainment
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 02/10/2009
Original Release Date: 01/01/2009
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 1hr 28min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

A must see
Jennifer Foxx | anaheim, ca United States | 12/29/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a must see for everyone, gay and straight. While it is the story of a gay Christian pop duo and their struggle for acceptance in the gay and Christian community which traditionally don't mix, at it's heart it's a love story. Mr. Nunez does a wonderful job in illustrating the hate that these two must face without preaching to the viewer. It may be a cliché to say "I laughed, I cried, it became a part of me" but with this movie it's all true!"
Quite brilliant!
S. Banner | Escaro, France | 01/31/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A friend bought tickets to see this film at Outfest in Los Angeles a couple of years ago and I went along without any expectations. I couldn't imagine being interested in the story of two Christian singers but the film turned out to be completely compelling. It's very funny for one thing and it sneaks up on you and draws you in emotionally as well without being in any way sentimental. I cried. I am very excited that it's now on DVD and seems to have some good extras on it. I recommend anyone who is considering it, to take a chance and order the DVD. By the way, it's a much better film than Benjamin Button, though that's another story..."
Refreshing and non judgemental,
crapoullo | France | 10/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was not totally convinced when I orederded the DVD, but was positively surprised watching it. Should be seen by as many as possible. Even if you do not believe in religion or shall I say organized religion you definitely can relate to this Gay couple that have decided to express their Faith and sharing it by singing.
It is quite interesting but not surprising that not only they do not have the support of most organized churches as they live their life and just want to share in their own way a message of Love. That's what God is about as many have forgotten. Love but not control....but again you can understand why so many church leaders would not want to hear from them, especially being Gay. It is a big business and if you canno't control people with your own message (from the leaders) you may loose your power on them and most definitely lots of money.
You guys are great, don't give up!!"
A Heaven of a Documentary
Amos Lassen | Little Rock, Arkansas | 12/19/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"'We're All Angels'

A Heaven of a Documentary

Amos Lassen and Cinema Pride

Those of you who have followed my reviews know that when I like something, I really like it--let me tell you in advance that this review is going to be a rave.
"We're All Angels" (directed by Robert Nunez), a documentary which is the fantastic story of up and coming singing stars, Jason and deMarco who are both Christian and gay. This beautiful film is filled with such love that it almost jumps out and kisses the viewer. Unfortunately, I received my copy about 3 hours toO late as I had just finished blocking the schedule for our festival and could not fit it in, But I did find a solution--the Festival is going on the road to north Arkansas and "We"re All Angels" will open the first ever Eureka Springs Diversify Pride GLBTQ Film Mini-Fest on November 3.
Jason and deMarco are two beautiful guys who write and sing about Jesus. 'That's right"they sing about Jesus and faith and they do so beautifully. They also record in their studio in Texas and perform all over Americaâ"in churches, schools, and clubs and at pride events. As the movie was being made they were beginning the crossover into modern pop music but the point of the film is the controversy engendered in the world of evangelical Christianity. The duo struggles for acceptance, all the while deeply loving each other and while the controversy rages around them.
The film follows their struggle and their love and we get to know them in-depth. We hear their music and watch them sing, we go into their hearts and their home, we watch as they record and as they play on stage ad on the road and we watch the quarrel and make up. We share their joys and feel their pain and we learn how they grew up and came out, how they met and fell in love and how they both work and live together. Their story is right there on the front lines of the war zone between sexuality and spirituality and it personifies as well as celebrates how the power of music and love can bring a community together and bring about both liberation and self-acceptance.
We watch a love story unfold right before our eyes (and I found it difficult not to fall in love them myself). The question we ask is how that love can survive in a world where lives are on public display, especially in the world of popular music and under the careful scrutiny of a world and religion which are hostile to who they are.
"We're All Angels" is a movie for everyone as it examines our relationship with our own spirituality and the effect of religion on our lives and the gay community. There is much to be learned here for religious people as well and helps us look at life from the heart instead of from the religious view. This is also a film that looks at the nature of relationships and shows what two people who want to be together face and how they love and support each other as they face the challenges of a world and a religion that does not want to accept them. And this is a film for all of us who have felt somewhat different or who have loved or who have tried to make the world a better place.
"We're All Angels" shows how youth can help change the world and as you watch you are filled with a sense of pride. I can only use the term "achingly beautiful" to describe it. Like I told âaeBob and Jack after I saw the documentary about them, I must say to Jason and deMarco and the director, Robert Nunez, and the entire staff that worked on the film, "I love you guys"."