Godless

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After the death of their father, Nate (Craig Jordan) moves in with his mother, but his elder brother, Steven (Michael E. Pitts), continues his studies in another state. The brothers use this opportunity to end the incestuous physical affair they've shared since puberty. When Mom dies in a car accident, Steven returns for her funeral. During this time of mourning, the two brothers' unrelenting love for each other threatens the secret they had buried.


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Reasons to Buy

  1. Writer-director Joshua Lim the massive 2010 gay hit The Seminarian, about a young student torn between religion and his burgeoning gay desires.
  2. Godless tackles an extremely taboo issue - sibling consanguinamory - and treats it with sensitivity and intelligence.
  3. Lead actors Craig Jordan and Michael E. Pitts are terrific. Their characters' unusual love for one another is palpable and intense on screen.

Information

  • Director: Joshua Lim
  • Writer: Joshua Lim
  • Length: 1 hrs. 30 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: May 17 2016
  • Added: Mar 29 2016
  • Production Year: 2015
  • TLA SKU: 1784846
  • UPC Code: 855114005645
  • Catalog #: DV37186502

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Review by Viewer in Baltimore

By: Viewer in Baltimore
Slow moving. As interesting as watching paint dry or grass grow.

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
Writer-director Joshua Lim uses space and our modern-day observations of it as a way to preset his view that God does not exist and as a way to present his views on atheism and we really see this when Nick Flanigan (Craig Johnson) quotes Christopher ... Read More

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