The Baltimore Sun: Article written by Jean Marbella

“… wrenching footage from (actual conversion therapy sessions) forms the heart of the 1 1/2-hour documentary.”

https://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/movies/bs-fe-gay-conversion-therapy-20190212-story.html






Shadows on the Wall: Review by Rich Cline

“…stunningly intimate footage… It's never simplistic, and rarely easy to watch.”

http://www.shadowsonthewall.co.uk/19/d1.htm#sund


Bay Area Reporter: Review by Brian Bromberger

“Yeagley crafts a gripping psychological thriller as we guess what Nathan's outcome will be.”

https://www.ebar.com/arts_&_culture/dvd/272457/inside_discredited_conversion_therapy



The Arts STL: Review by Sarah Boslaugh

“Yeagley enjoyed extraordinary access to Nathan’s life and to his therapy sessions.“

http://theartsstl.com/the-sunday-sessions-first-run-features-nr/



Edge Media Network: Summary by Kilian Melloy

“this is a film that's landing at a moment of considerable stress and inflamed passions for those of the Roman Catholic faith. In a way, this film might serve as an instructive, if disturbing, lens through which to view those issues.”

http://www.edgemedianetwork.com/272510





TrustMovies.com: Review by James Van Maanen

“… for those viewers willing to enter the world of a religious-but-conflicted young man… this is a film like few others.”

https://trustmovies.blogspot.com/2019/02/richard-yeagleys-sunday-sessions-close.html



HuffPost: Article by Tim Rymel

"...poignantly highlights how far we have to go as a society to create a place where people don’t have to choose between authenticity and faith."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/59cebcffe4b0f58902e5cc2c


The Humanist Magazine: Review by James Croft

"My recommendation: watch The Sunday Sessions with a friend and with some tissues, but definitely watch it."

https://thehumanist.com/arts_entertainment/film/film-review-sunday-sessions


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