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Mary Griffith, eine streng religiöse Mutter in den USA Anfang der 80er, kann sich mit der Homosexualität ihres Sohnes nicht abfinden und tut alles, um ihren Sohn von seiner `Krankheit' zu `heilen'. Sie ist der festen Überzeugung, Bobbys. Prayers for Bobby (dt.: „Gebete für Bobby“) ist ein US-amerikanischer Fernsehfilm über die wahre Geschichte von Bobby Griffith, einem jungen schwulen Mann. adaesther.se - Kaufen Sie Prayers for Bobby günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Prayers for Bobby. ()1h 25min Nach dem Selbstmord ihres jugendlichen Sohnes hinterfragt eine fromme christliche Mutter die unnachgiebigen. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Prayers for Bobby. "Ich habe keinen schwulen Sohn!" Mary Griffith, eine streng religiöse Mutter in den USA Anfang.
Prayers for Bobby (dt.: „Gebete für Bobby“) ist ein US-amerikanischer Fernsehfilm über die wahre Geschichte von Bobby Griffith, einem jungen schwulen Mann. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Prayers for Bobby. "Ich habe keinen schwulen Sohn!" Mary Griffith, eine streng religiöse Mutter in den USA Anfang. Prayers for Bobby. ()1h 25min Nach dem Selbstmord ihres jugendlichen Sohnes hinterfragt eine fromme christliche Mutter die unnachgiebigen.
As filmagens ocorreram em Michigan e duraram vinte dias. Prayers for Bobby estreou na emissora Lifetime em 24 de janeiro de e foi reprisado no dia seguinte.
Nesse momento, as falas preconceituosas de Mary materializam-se no jovem e "as palavras [ Para Mary, isso se concretizou no plano terreno por meio de seu ativismo pela causa LGBT e, para Bobby, a morte serviu "como um instrumento para mostrar [ Prayers for Bobby.
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Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. True story of Mary Griffith, gay rights crusader, whose teenage son committed suicide due to her religious intolerance.
Based on the book of the same title by Leroy Aarons. Director: Russell Mulcahy. Writers: Katie Ford teleplay , Leroy Aarons book.
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Shelter II Drama Romance Sport. The Way He Looks Drama Romance. Jongens TV Movie While spending such quality time with his father, Bobby explains his desire to become a writer, to which his father suggests "some dreams are just not realistic.
Bobby's father and siblings slowly come to terms with his homosexuality, but Mary believes God can cure him.
To get away from his family, Bobby visits his cousin Jeanette in Portland, Oregon ; she has always been accepting of his sexual orientation and tries to help him realize that his mother will never change.
Desperate for his mother's approval, he does what is asked of him, but through it all, the Church's disapproval of homosexuality and his mother's attempts to suppress his growing behaviors in public cause him to grow increasingly withdrawn and depressed.
Stricken with guilt, Bobby finds a boyfriend, David, at a gay bar. Nonetheless, before leaving the house with David, Mary informs Bobby that she "will not have a gay son.
The family receives the news the following day and are devastated. Faced with their tragedy, Mary begins to question herself and her Church's interpretation of the Scripture.
Through her long and emotional journey, Mary slowly reaches out to the gay community and discovers unexpected support from them.
It is there that she recalls Bobby being different from conception and reassures herself that his true value was in his heart.
Mary then gives a speech in a Walnut Creek city council meeting supporting a local "gay day" live on television.
She tells of her experiences with Bobby, the struggles she had coping with him coming out of the closet and her stubbornness to reevaluate her religious beliefs which were nothing more than "bigotry" and "dehumanizing slander.
She concludes her speech by urging people to think before they say, voice, or support homophobia because "a child is listening. She walks over and hugs him, finally coming to terms with her son's death and vowing to work hard for the rights of gays and lesbians.
The film was directed by Russell Mulcahy. Aarons , a journalist who interviewed Mary Griffith about her experiences that led to the suicide of her son as well as her work advocating for the rights of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community.
Prayers For Bobby received 3.