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Title The cure
Published Queensland : Rambling Women Media Production, 2012


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Description 1 videodisc (60 min.) : colour, sound, with black and white sequences ; 12 cm
Summary "The Cure" is an independent documentary film on reparative programs and the mental health implications of trying to "change" sexuality. Told through the compelling narratives of people who have tried to transform their sexuality, the film lifts the veil on Australian 'ex-gay' programs and ultimately brings to light underlying themes of hope and freedom
Credits Directed by: Heather Corkhill; Produced by: Helen Kelly
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DVD. Region unspecified
Available to Deakin University staff and students only
Subject Sexual reorientation programs.
Homosexuality -- Treatment -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Ex-gay movement -- Religious aspects.
Christian gays -- Personal narratives.
Christian lesbians -- Personal narratives.
Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Gay liberation movement -- Australia.
Sexual orientation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Psychoanalysis and homosexuality.
Genre/Form Video recordings.
Personal narratives.
Author Corkhill, Heather, director
Kelly, Helen, producer