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Steve Sandvoss is the heart and soul of Latter Days , the recently-opened film about a young Mormon who travels to Los Angeles with a group of fellow missionaries and discovers, like many gay men who escape the oppressive small towns of their upbringing, a path to spiritual and sexual freedom. Upon arrival in L. The story involves two very different characters looking for a way out of their respective situations. As Aaron struggles with the oppressive dogma of the Mormon church, Christian is realizing that his vacuous life as a WeHo circuit clone has little meaning aside from the petty validations he gets from looking hot and sleeping with people. And the two ultimately find their redemption in each other. Anyone who is a sucker for romantic movies should see this film.

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Latter Days - Wikipedia

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Steve Sandvoss & Latter Days

Christian, a native of LA, is a heavy partygoer and homosexual, two major discretions in the Mormon faith. Aaron and Christian, however, begin to form a relationship, prompting Aaron to both question and ultimately accept his fate as a homosexual in the Mormon community. Latter Days is a romantic comedy that playfully embraces regret, faith, loss, and love through the characters of Aaron Davis and Christian Markelli. After studying Chinese with a focus on international business, Sandvoss changed his focus to poetry.
Manage alerts What is this? It's a sometime drama, sometime romantic comedy about two young men who find each other, love each other, and deal with the consequences of love's often messy aftermath. And, oh yeah: one of the men is a Mormon. Jay Cox can't suppress an ear-to-ear grin. If the title strikes a chord, it's not by accident.
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