Two men want to be married in the Catholic Church and are disappointed when several priests refuse to perform the ceremony. The lovers are likable enough, and Abigail Honor's documentary is decently made. Yet the story is familiar to the point of cliche, from their early problems coming out to one's mistaken marriage to a woman to their chance meeting in a Christopher Street bar. They finally find a gay Catholic priest who will marry them in an Episcopal church, and the wedding is lovely. But the men never manage to explain why having been raised Catholic keeps them in a church that views their obviously ordinary love as “intrinsically disordered.” 71 min.