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|Southern Baptist Sissies|
|Directed by||Del Shores|
|Written by||Del Shores|
|Based on||Southern Baptist Sissies|
by Del Shores
|Music by||Joe Patrick Ward|
|Cinematography||Nickolas Dylan Rossi|
|Edited by||Donna Mathewson|
Beard Collins Shores Productions
Based in a small town in Texas, four boys named Mark, Benny, TJ, and Andrew retell their experiences of being gay while being raised in a conservative Baptist church. Film is a satirical comedy and a serious exploration of what it means to be gay.
- Emerson Collins as Mark
- Willam Belli as Benny
- Matthew Scott Montgomery as Andrew
- Luke Stratte-McClure as TJ
- Bobbie Eakes as Mark's Mother
- Rosemary Alexander as Andrew's Mother
- Joe Patrick Ward as Houston / Bro. Chaffey
- Newell Alexander as Preacher
- Leslie Jordan as Preston 'Peanut' LeRoy
- Dale Dickey as Odette Annette Barnett
- Ann Walker as Benny's Grandmother
- Tsai, Martin (6 March 2014). "Review: 'Southern Baptist Sissies' provides a unique stage". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 14 May 2019.
- Scheck, Frank (4 March 2014). "Southern Baptist Sissies: Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 14 May 2019.
- "Southern Baptist Sissies". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 21 May 2020.
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