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Prodigal Sons

Prodigal Sons

Prodigal Sons tells the story of three fascinating siblings: filmmaker Kim, a transgender woman; Todd, a gay man; and Marc, their adopted brother who discovers he's the grandson of Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth. The bond between longtime rivals Marc and Kim, which defies both Kim's gender and Marc's pedigree, exists as the fascinating heart of the film, and is orbited by a colorful, articulate cast of characters, including jailhouse chaplains, Montana farmers, intrigued high school classmates, and Orson Welles' soul-mate Oja Kodar, among others. Carol, the remarkably resilient mother who accepts her children's surprises with grace and optimism, provides a strong backbone for the family, as well as a clear-eyed entry-point to this drama of Wellesian proportions. All along the way surprising revelations abound: Marc's innate savant ability to play the piano, Kim's smooth acceptance from schoolmates and community, and their younger brother Todd's well-adjusted attitude about being gay. After pulling for this family through its trials and tribulations, we learn that a poignant sense of hope will carry them through.
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Running Time
97
Genre
Documentary
MPAA Rating
NR
Starring
Kimberly Reed
Carol McKerrow
Marc McKerrow
Claire Jones
Lea McKerrow
Gordon McKerrow
Kathy McKerrow
Glenn McKerrow
Jasmine Fuentes
Frank Mayo
Cyndee Moe
Tim O'Leary
Diana MacDonald
Todd McKerrow
Debbie McKerrow
Kelsie McKerrow
Oja Kodar
Sasha Welles
Nina Palinkas
Jakov Sedlar
David Cannon
Bridget Maley
Jan Haima
Pita Rodriguez
Chaplain John Moran
Directed By
Kimberly Reed
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