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The Devotion Project -- More Than Ever

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Uploaded on Nov 20, 2011

I think this kind of love should be inspiring for everyone no matter what sexuality.

It is nice to know that kind of life and love really can exist. It upsets me when some people say things like only men and women can have love between them and that gays are just experiencing lust and that there can be no love. They are a bunch of know nothings. Lust doesn't make you keep your promise to do laundry for 40 years.

This is the first short film created for THE DEVOTION PROJECT, an ongoing series of films documenting LGBT couples and the love they share. This film premiered at Newfest: NY Gay & Lesbian Film Festival in July 2011, where it took home the Audience Award for Best Short.

Featuring William I. Campbell and John V. Hilton.

Produced and Directed by Antony Osso, Director of Photography Martina Radwan, Editor Erica Freed Marker, Sound Mix by Chad Birmingham, Stills Photographer/Camera Assistant Nephi Niven, Music by Paul Hsu.

Post Production Services provided by Post Factory NY.

For more details check out:
http://www.thedevotionproject.org

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