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Tying The Knot

While examining the politically white-hot topic of gay marriage in America, this powerful documentary brings the issue into emotionally personal focus by concentrating on the stories of two same-sex couples: a Florida policewoman who was denied pension benefits when her partner and fellow officer was killed in the line of duty, and an Oklahoma rancher faced with legal battles with his late spouse's estranged family.

Year: 2004
Genre: Documentaries, Queer Cinema, General Docos
Country: USA
Director: Jim de Seve
Duration: 83 Minutes
Rating: Ex
7.4/10
Location in store: Queer Cinema (Documentary)

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