Netflix has released the first trailer for “Pray Away,” the Ryan Murphy- and Jason Blum/Blumhouse Television-produced documentary about the so-called “ex-gay” movement.
The Kristine Stolakis-directed film, which will premiere Aug. 3 on the streamer, chronicles the rise and fall of Exodus International, a group founded in the 1970s by five members of an evangelical church that claimed gay people could become straight if they “pray away” their homosexuality.
Since then, many of the group’s most well-known and outspoken members have come out as LGTBQ and have gone public with how harmful conversion therapy is.
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.@Netflix has released the first trailer for #PrayAway, the @MrRPMurphy and @Jason_Blum-produced documentary about the so-called “ex-gay” conversion therapy movement. The Kristine Stolakis-directed film premieres August 3rd. https://t.co/ywiQ3DFEoH
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