Has anyone watched this yet?


It debuted on June 20th, and follows Dan Reynolds, the lead singer of Imagine Dragons, who was raised LDS, served a mission, etc., as well as the lead singer of the Neon Trees, Tyler Glenn, also raised LDS, served a mission, openly gay and out now and the concert they wanted to put on to raise awareness for the LGBTQ youth suicides in Utah called Loveloud (which is now an annual thing...or at least is happening again this year).

I watched it last week and thought it was pretty interesting. It primarily features Reynolds, his wife, and Glenn, but also features several parents of LGBTQ youth who've sadly killed themselves. It also features Dehlin, who, shockingly doesn't really add much to the documentary (other than some grandstanding), but whatever. In any event, I found it to be interesting and worth watching, though it naturally doesn't necessarily paint the church in the best light, though the church did put out a pretty supportive statement about the concert, which seemed to please Reynolds.

All in all I would say it is worth a watch.