"Up there with Brokeback Mountain as one of the most powerful gay dramas of recent years."- Time Out London
"A thoughtful, important film of exceptional insight and quietly devastating power."
- Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
"Encourages mutual respect (and) understanding."- Peter Chattaway, Christianity Today
"Judith Light gives one of the year's best performances." - Chuck Wilson, Village Voice
"A genuine and sympathetic illustration of the painful divide between Christians and gays... a thoughtful, nuanced drama."- Rafer Guzman, New York Newsday
"Touching & intriguing." - Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"Save Me stands alongside the top-drawer documentary film For the Bible Tells Me So as a film that can build bridges of understanding between gays and the Religious Right."
- Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality & Practice Magazine
"Intelligent direction, admirable even-handedness. Cary's restraint reaps considerable rewards. Judith Light gives an impressive performance." - David Noh, Film Journal International
"Most filmmaking to date addressing the Great Divide between gays and the U.S. religious right has very much reflected its point of origin - delivering full moral condemnation from one side onto the other. Save Me is a welcome exception in that it effectively dramatizes the issues without caricaturing or pillorizing either party." - Dennis Harvey, Variety
"Save Me shines a fascinating light of compassion and understanding into the controversial world of ex-gay ministries. Judith Light is an absolute revelation!"
- Dan Karslake, Director of For the Bible Tells Me So
Straight to Jesus: Sexual and Christian Conversions in the Ex-Gay Movement by Tanya Erzen
My Egypt: Why I Left the Ex-Gay Movement by Ben Tousey
Be Not Deceived: The Sacred and Sexual Struggles of Gay and Ex-Gay Christian Men by Michelle Wolkomir
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