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Plot: The son of a Baptist preacher unwillingly participates in a church-supported gay conversion program after being forcibly outed to his parents.
Runtime: 115 min Release Date: 08 Nov 2018
Hard to watch but absolutely incredible (by swimfreakon_a_snowboard)
As a gay man myself, this movie made me sooooo angry. Not because it wasn't made well, but it brought everything back up to the surface that I thought I was past. From growing up religious and believing that there was something wrong with him to the conversations he has with his father... It was like watching my life in a movie. Anyways, I highly recommend this movie, it's difficult to watch but it shows the reality that so many of us go through and are afraid to tell anyone.
Such a powerful film (by GoRangers7)
As a parent of a gay man, I believe that this is a must-see film for all parents. It's a stark reminder of what was once widely believed and sadly still is by too many about homosexuality. It is said that when a person come out about their sexuality, they risk losing everything they have - their families, their friends, their homes... When I learned this, I realized that my son went through the same horrific fears a he prepared to come out. No one should have to endure that kind of suffering. I hope this film helps people realize that we have to continue to banish the old, harmful, and <more>
false beliefs that our society held. Amazing accomplishment by Joel Edgerton.
Some people and churches still claim homosexuality as a sin, forgetting that the primary Christian ideal is: God is love John 4:8 . These people still use the Bible as a political handbook for dividing and stigmatizing people, calling them gay, sinners and other categorizations. This kind of thinking is resplendently dramatized by Joel Edgerton in the film "Boy Erased." Sometimes accepting the truth is hard, because one's feelings and beliefs don't allow for the evidence to be internalized or confirmed. Nancy Eamons incredibly performed by Nicole Kidman portrays a strong <more>
maternal instinct that allows her to accept her son's Jared otherness and this doesn't diminish her love for her son. However, Marshall Eamons brilliantly played by Russell Crowe , a Christian preacher, and Jared's father, cannot accept his son's sexual orientation. In preacher Eamon's own personal journey, having gone through a revision of thinking, he comes to terms with his son's sexual nature. In contrast to his father, the son Jared amazingly played by Lucas Hedges demonstrates a different kind of leadership. Jared initiates changes, but his father, Marshall Eamons, prefers to demand total responsibility and control in his household. For Lucas Hedges, Jared is not his first gay character portrayal remember Lady Bird in his career, but this performance is more complicated and exposes his amazing skills as an actor. In the movie, Lucas Hedges shows a personal way of searching truth and being a witness to the the psychological pressure in the Christian community. He plays a character who is a victim and a victor simultaneously. He was a victim when he was raped by his roommate. He was a victim of a broken relationship with his father. Fortunately, he becomes a victor when he escapes the "hell", and starts to testify about the conversion therapy experience. Unfortunately, Jared's classmate Cameron perfectly played by Britton Sear was not strong enough to resist all the methods of that controversial and cruel therapy, but he stills is a hero for Jared, because Cameron helps him escape that collective verbal lynching. Also, "fake it till you make it " - is a strong quote which represents some conformism and a weak resistance to lies among spiritual abusers and their victims. Obviously, people who accept a lie are more dangerous than people who believe in love and accept all forms of love. That's why the bottom line of the movie is spiritual abuse kills.
Joel Edgerton's debut as a feature director is a success! (by KarenAM)
Boy Erased is a softer and humanistic portrayal of what is actually happening behind closed doors of many conservative religious families dealing with homosexual relatives. Actor, writer and director Joel Edgerton delivers a story based on a memoir by Gerrard Conley, a story in which parents confront their son and sent him to a anti-gay convention therapy for brainwashing his sins. By rounding up some sharp edges in certain scenes, Joel Edgerton gives us an earnest, deeply moving and gentle adaption of actual events. Leading man of the film is Lucas Hedges, who was nominated for an Oscar for <more>
Manchester by the Sea, is running for another Oscar-worthy performance as forcibly outed and confused gay man dealing with his demons and forced to deal with parents' beliefs. Supporting actors include Nicole Kidman, whose performance as a lost wife, heartbroken mother and a silenced woman that is forced to follow her husband's lead, played by Russell Crowe, is cringe-worthy and honest. Finely acted, solidly directed and smoothly written by Mr Edgerton, Boy Erased is promised to be one of the year's most talked about films at festivals and awards seasons.
Boy Erased. A Good Movie with an Important Message. (by sybil11)
First off, Joel continues to inspire me. Each movie he stars, writes, directs only gets better. I love this man's work & he is definitely underrated, which is what i've been saying for a while now.Boy Erased 2018 , based on a memoir of the same name, touches on important issues that are relevant to today's society. It puts forth an important message which definitely leaves with you after the movie. Without giving anything away, there is one scene in particular that was quite shocking, & I wasn't expecting it. It was good shock value, but it could have been fleshed out <more>
more directly, in a way. Nonetheless, the acting was top notch from all of the main cast. I expected nothing less from Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe and Joel, but also Lucas Hedges, whom i've become a fan of, the more I see his movies. Lucas will definitely be going more places. His nomination for Manchester By The Sea 2016 was well deserved & a sign for many more things to come. I'm also looking forward to his other projects like Mid90s 2018 & Ben Is Back 2018 .In my opinion, the cinematography is done so like your average drama movies. The cinematographer is Eduard Grau, who also worked on other projects with Joel - The Gift 2015 & Gringo 2018 . Moreover, also Buried 2010 , A Single Man 2009 & Her 2013 . A Single Man was beautifully done compared to this, as I felt that more could've been done in terms of depicting emotion with certain shots and scenes. But nonetheless, it doesn't take away too much, if anything, from the film.This was, as a whole a good movie. However, I feel it could've benefitted from being longer despite the almost 2 hour run time . I haven't read the book, but being at the Sydney Q&A with Joel made me wonder what he wished he had adapted from the book which he left out, or if there were any deleted scenes he wish he'd kept in the movie. There are other things I felt could've been improved upon in this movie, hence a 9/10, although, those are not too major. Overall, it is well worth the watch!Thanks to anyone who took the time to read this :- PS. Unrelated, but ALMOST got a pic with Joel, hahaha! *internal crying* jokes! 9/10.
Never have I been so uncomfortable so long a period of time. Normally movies have a scene that shifts into the distressing/uncomfortable and you're like "wow, what a great scene."That's the whole movie. Except for about 3 light moments scattered throughout the subject matter of conversion therapy and the environment our protagonist Jared is literally TRAPPED in is awful. The homophobia and control that the Love In Action conversion program enforces over the poor souls inducted into this brainwashing camp becomes increasingly extreme. The way it causes distress and breaks <more>
people is shown differently through the various side characters and none of it is good. This is a tragic story of the real abuse of LGBT people happening in the US and gay conversion therapy isn't explicitly banned everywhere in Aus either .I was on the edge of my seat, deeply breathing, sighing, putting my hands to my face in awe and distress, the whole way through. Just when I thought this movie couldn't get more uncomfortable it finds a new height.It achieves all this through plot and intimate performances. Everything else is so stripped back and naturalistic. There's barely any music, or at least not very noticeable background music with the exception of the song Revelation by Troye Sivan/Jonsi, which will likely vie for a nomination for best original song . It looks like they almost didn't have a lighting crew for more of the film, instead relying on house lighting for a dark, moody, or contrasting aesthetic. The whole thing feels not like a stylistic piece of cinema, but a realistic look at a person's life. Which is the point given it is inspired by the real experiences of someone who suffered through the abuse of conversion therapy. This film is so well put together.I never want to watch it again. Which is weird for a film I love so much. But this movie is harrowing. It haunts me. I don't get very emotional over film but this subject and execution was just so deeply uncomfortable for such a long period of time that I don't feel the need to ever subject myself to that again. Which is a great recommendation if you want something to make you feel sad/distressed for nearly 2 hours straight.
An impressive movie of a terrifying practice (by darrynweinstein)
It is scary what we do to ourselves and our families. This is a dramatization of a real life horror. Well written, well acted and well directed.
Wow! (by katiefanatic-791-306918)
I don't know what I was expecting From this film but this certainly wasn't it. You'll be pleasantly surprised to know it isn't quite as depressing as it sounds like it is maybe that's why the oscar buzz died down and it's a beautiful story of a boy born to a family of faith who did what they could to remedy a situation they considered a sin. I wasn't pleased with a scene that set things in motion that could be misconstrued but I won't spoil what it is. It is hard to watch at times and hard to believe there are uber religious people who spew this kind of fear <more>
and hate into people, but the film had a mostly uplifting ending, and thank good. Coming out sobbing out of 'a star is born' is enough for the week.
Vivid depiction of a young man's struggle with gay conversion therapy (by PotassiumMan)
Joel Edgerton's second directorial film is the adaptation of an autobiographical book by a young man who experienced life in a gay conversion program at the behest of his devoutly religious parents.Lucas Hedges portrays Jared Eamons the gay teenage boy from Arkansas whose father is a preacher, portrayed by Russell Crowe and whose mother, well played by Nicole Kidman shares his father's religious devotion but not at the expense of loving her son. Joel Edgerton is the leader of a vile gay conversion program in which Eamons is enrolled; he is the unapologetic advocate of the <more>
program's repressive, hyper secretive methodology, including the use of religious browbeating and psychological manipulation. At first willing to do what the program asks of him, Eamons finds himself becoming more alienated by its demands and more willing to come to terms with his identity.As infuriating as this story may be, it is one that sheds light on the ghastly phenomenon of "gay conversion", a therapy designed to discourage gay people from embracing their true selves and instead resorting to shaming and psychological torture to achieve submission. As reprehensible as this "therapy" is, this film's portrayal of it is so hard-hitting that one might wonder how much longer before such a sham becomes a relic.Although not always easy to watch, this is a powerful drama that tackles sensitive material that deserves to be known. Strongly recommended.