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Married & Counting

HD   Unrated Closed Captioning

Allan Piper

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Plot Summary

Narrated by George Takei, this beautiful, funny and poignant documentary follows Pat and Stephen, two men who celebrate twenty-five years together by traveling the country to marry in every state that will let them. Along the way they find acceptance from strangers, rejection from loved ones, and discover that no distance is too far to go to declare that their marriage counts. A FilmBuff Presentation.

Customer Reviews

Beautiful & Moving!

This film is such a beautiful statement about what it means to truly love someone - as a spouse, as a friend, as a parent, as a child. Pat and Stephen are incredible men and this is a movie everyone should see. Educational and emotional, this movie teaches why this fight is important, and you'll fall in love with them both.

So charming

A lovely portrayal of two people so clearly in love. Very moving in the lengths they have to go to just to do something straight people take completely for granted. Makes a strong arguement to stop the idiocy of not allowing people in love to legally commit to each other.

Wonderful movie about marriage

In this day and age when half of marriages end in divorce, it's wonderful to see a film that celebrates the institution of marriage in such a powerful way. This movie is about the power of love to overcome any obstacle--in this case, a country where most states still deny these two delightful men the right to marry each other. This is a wonderful affirming film for any couple--gay or straight--who's in a committed relationship. Watch it with the one you love!