Prayers For Bobby
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Prayers For Bobby

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ActorsSigourney Weaver, Henry Czerny, Ryan Kelley

DirectorRussell Mulcahy

From Gay Essential

Released in 2009 and directed by Russell Mulcahy, gay films title Prayers for Bobby is a movie about a religious mother who must come to terms with her gay son’s suicide. The film was nominated for large number of awards including an Emmy, and won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding TV Movie. Shot primarily in Detroit, the film features actors Sigourney Weaver, Henry Czerny, and Ryan Kelley. Read More Here

Winner of “BEST TELEVISION OR MINI SERIES” at GLAAD Media Awards and PRISM Awards

” Sigourney Weaver's TV movie debut proves worth the wait, as Lifetime's fact-based “Prayers for Bobby” revisits ground similar to that broken nearly 25 years ago by the AIDS-themed “An Early Frost” and — thanks to enduring religious-based bigotry toward gays — still feels fresh and poignant.”
  — Brian Lowry, Variety

Features:

  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Spirit Entertainment Limited
  • DVD Release Date: 28 April 2014

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Reviews

  1. :

    I must say… this movie is beyond touching.I am straight, but this film reminded me of all the times in my life I did not feel wanted or as though I fit in. I’ve spent the last year of my life fighting for the one place on the planet I felt like I belonged, where my son felt as if he did. My 16 yr is openly Gay and I can’t imagine the turmoil he goes through everyday. I knew from the time my son started showing personality that he was going to be a wonderful spectacular individual. I promised to always love and protect him. This movie shows that one Mom didn’t figure that out until she lost her son. My hope is that other parents see this movie and are inspired and educated.

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