The Lost Tribe

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Released 2010

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Director:
Roel Reine
Released:
2010
Rating:
R
The Lost Tribe is a documentary film about the life of Sue-Ann Post and her association with the Mormon Church. The film opens with a spot of Sue-Ann doing an Australian talk show and criticizing the Mormon Church for not accepting openly gay and lesbian members. Upon her return home, she finds that her church has officially kicked her out of their membership. Sue-Ann herself is a comedian and openly gay Australian citizen, whose whole life has revolved around the Mormon Church. Sue-Ann and her companion, Rachel Landers, document their struggles as they try to get some recognition and get reinstated back into the Mormon Church. The film takes Sue-Ann and Rachel to Utah's Affirmation Conference, a gathering of homosexual Mormons, who meet once a year to worship the Mormon Church. Sue-Ann becomes more cynical of her religious beliefs as the film progresses. She feels that she has found her lost tribe within the members attending the conference. In the end, Sue-Ann has to decide if a gathering that occurs only once a year in a foreign country enough for her to continue with her Mormon faith.moreless
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