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‘Love Is All You Need?’ MovieMent Tours US

This film presents what can happen when we preach words of hate.


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What would life be like if we lived in a world where homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is considered taboo?

New film Love Is All You Need? explores this reversal and presents a very important message about what can happen when we preach words of hate.

Based on the 19 minute short film of the same name, Love Is All You Need? is set in a world where the norm is to be homosexual and heterosexuality is taboo. In a small middle American town the star quarterback of the local university is outed for being a heterosexual. Her forbidden love affair with a male journalist rocks the town to its very core, setting off a series of catastrophic events that will forever change the community.

Now, the film is travelling the US for special screenings and events in 20 cities. The cities were chosen based on fan requests, places where hate crimes have been committed, and locations that have a special connection to the pro-tolerance message of the film. The chosen locations are representative of the film’s message of tolerance.

The MovieMent kicked off in Topeka, Kansas at Equality House, right across the street from the Westboro Baptist Church.

Love Is All You Need? will be available on iTunes on November 24th 2016.

Watch the teaser trailer below!

Visit Love Is All You Need? on the Official Website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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